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Határozatlan időre ingyenes a letöltés, viszont figyeljetek oda, csak torrent ellenőrzés után lesz ingyenes a letölteni kívánt torrent!
Figyeljétek az ikon ha szerepel az adott sávban akkor az a torrent már ingyenes!
Amíg a freeleech tart, addig minden 10. helyes torrent feltöltés után kaptok 15GB feltöltést, és 100Bónuszpontot!
Aki legalább 50db feltöltött torrentel támogatja az oldalunkat, V.i.P rangban részesíti a staff! (Ezt a staff felé jelezni kell!)
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First my apologies for the site being down for so long. We had a major problem server side and it took a long time to fix.
I know other sites disappear without notice but please believe me that will NOT happen with our site as we intend to run another 16 years if not longer .
Thankyou to all who helped me get the site back up.
Most of all Thankyou to all our members for being so patient......you are the best.
By the way it is heart warming for me when I received so many emails worrying about the site ...it makes everything worthwhile.
ironside and all the Staff Team
The MPA recently filed a complaint in Norway seeking to expand a blockade of The Pirate Bay, ExtraTorrent and several other sites that was put in place during 2015. The Hollywood group aimed to add seven new ISPs and several additional sites to the country's blocklist. It has now achieved its goals but critics say that holding ISPs responsible for copyright infringement is unfair.
In an expansion of their site-blocking campaign, several Hollywood studios under the banner of the MPA applied to a court in Norway during 2015 to have seven ‘pirate’ sites blocked at the ISP level.
Warner Bros, Paramount, Twentieth Century Fox, Universal, Sony, Disney, Columbia and several local industry groups argued that The Pirate Bay, ExtraTorrent, Viooz, PrimeWire, Swefilmer, DreamFilm and Movie4K, infringe their copyrights.
Local ISPs including Telenor, TeliaSonera, NextGenTel and Altibox were named as defendants in the case, which was handled by the Oslo District Court. In September 2015...
The UK's Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit says that it visited several companies found to be advertising on pirate sites. The visits, made alongside FACT, IFPI, BPI and PRS, resulted in promises from the organizations to stop advertising on 1,232 pirate sites.
One of the entertainment industries’ main strategies for tackling ‘pirate’ sites is to prevent them generating revenue from their activities. The theory is that such sites are profit-motivated and if none can be made, they will soon shut down.
With this in mind, industry bodies have sought to target companies who place or pay for advertising to appear on pirate sites. In many cases the companies don’t know exactly where their adverts are appearing, but in case they were in any doubt, this week the police stepped up to remind them.
According to information just released by City of London Police, this Wednesday, officers from the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) paid visits to eight organizations...
Announcements that may result in the demotion of some users after modifying user-level metrics
Recently, we have adjusted the user-level indicators associated with the increase in the value of magic indicators, this adjustment may lead to downgrade some users, hereby inform!
SZIASZTOK AZ OLDALNAK LETT FACEBOOKOS HONLAPJA IS KÉRLEK TITEKET EGY MEGOSZTÁSSAL SEGITSSÉTEK AZ OLDALT +LIKE HA KÉRHETEK!
Az oldalon fejlesztés folyik mindenki türelmét szeretnénk kérni. Ötleteket, javaslatokat mindenkitől szivesen fogad a staff pm-ben.
Tisztelt felhasználók 2017. 01. 15-én a kviz elmarad a következö kviz idöpontja 2017.01.22-én lesz megértéseteket köszönjük
Google has removed the homepage of the popular cloud storage service Mega from its search index. The surprise move, which is the result of an inaccurate DMCA takedown notice from a movie company, directly impacts the site's incoming search traffic.
Removing search results is nothing new for Google. The company has been cleaning up its search index for years, in response to complaints from copyright holders.
Every week the search engine processes millions of requests. In most cases these claims are legitimate, but every now and then webpages are targeted mistakenly.
This also happened to Mega, the cloud storage site originally founded by Kim Dotcom. For the past few days the site has become unfindable in Google as its homepage is no longer listed.
Instead, users get the following results, listing various Mega-related pages including the site’s Wikipedia entry.
In addition, they see a mention at the bottom of the page explaining that one result was removed in response to a DMCA...
The Big Deal: Multi-Music Game Tournament!
A Multi-Music game tournament coordinated by local DFW music game players and hosted by Round 1 of Grapevine Mills Mall.
Featured Games for the tournament will be:
Pump it Up: Expert, Lower, Freestyle
IIDX: Expert and Mid-tier
FB Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/335516670129338/
Oldal 589 a 690 -ból