As it turns 10, The Pirate Bay has launched a web browser for users in countries where access to TPB is blocked.
Gary MarshallDespite The Man's best efforts, The Pirate Bay is still going strong after a decade - but its very resilience could mean ever more filtered internet connections for everybody.
UpdatedThe Pirate Bay's big April Fools joke this year seems to have gone up a few weeks early as it announces that North Korea has invited it in with open arms.
The BPI has told UK ISPs to remove The Promo Bay from their block lists, with BT and Virgin Media confirming that the domain is now accessible.
The music body has called on Google and other search engines to automatically block links to all copyright-infringing sites.
The Pirate Bay's days of facilitating file-sharing in the UK may be numbered, but it's still protecting its site from copycats.
The Pirate Bay could be blocked by ISPs in the UK after a High Court ruling that its operators "incite or persuade" copyright infringement.
The Pirate Bay has hit back over allegations by the RIAA that it is the worst file-sharing site on the planet by saying the music association "is no longer in charge".
BTjunkie has shut up shop after seven years of torrent-indexing action. The site posted a notice explaining that the shut-down is voluntary, simply saying that the time has come to do so.