Remember a few months back, when the entertainment industry gloated about their raid of torrent tracker site The Pirate Bay? It was one in a long line of the industry claiming it had made a significant blow against piracy. Of course, as most people know, the site was back up within days and has remained so. In fact, the whole thing acted as a huge advertisement for the site who now reports that they continue to grow rapidly in the months following their supposed death.
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