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Pirate Bay Registrations Remain Closed After Three Months

Postby MrFredPFL » Mon Sep 02, 2019 4:23 pm

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When The Pirate Bay launched in the second half of 2003, it set out to be the bastion of uncensored information.

During its sixteen years of operation, The Pirate Bay has always been free to use and open to the public at large. Those who wanted to share files only had to register an account, which was easy enough.

The last sentence is in the past tense, as user registrations have become a problem this year. For more than three months The Pirate Bay’s user registrations have been closed. The last ‘new’ user was added to the torrent site on May 22 and there is no sign that this will change anytime soon.

As we reported previously, the TPB team said that registrations were closed to stop floods of malware torrents. This was done in by the site’s operator, ‘Winston,’ in response to a request from a moderator.

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Re: Pirate Bay Registrations Remain Closed After Three Month

Postby bmh67wa » Tue Sep 03, 2019 9:59 pm

I got tired of chasing Pirate Bay from domain to domain and truthfully the last couple of years hasn't been all that great for them anyway. So many fakes and no one in charge seems to care or have the know-how (or finances?) to prevent it. The trojans started increasing and most people I know have added their trackers to their blocklists for safety because of this. There are so many good private trackers that Pirate Bay has lost their use in my opinion. It's dead to me.
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