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  Reply # 1195058 10-Dec-2014 17:22
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geekiegeek: Private trackers and seedboxes are where its at.


Yeah I might have to start using some of the retardedly large buffer I built up at IPT, SCC and XS when I still had my seedbox :-)






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  Reply # 1195072 10-Dec-2014 17:52
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Lias:
geekiegeek: Private trackers and seedboxes are where its at.


Yeah I might have to start using some of the retardedly large buffer I built up at IPT, SCC and XS when I still had my seedbox :-)




Interesting set of sites there...




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  Reply # 1195220 10-Dec-2014 20:59
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shrub: thepiratebay dot cr


That 500 error, always promising. 




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  Reply # 1195221 10-Dec-2014 20:59
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shrub: thepiratebay dot cr

That was fast. Just as Im checking out my old demonoid account.

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  Reply # 1195224 10-Dec-2014 21:01
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dont worry about that one it was working earlier but down again

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  Reply # 1195228 10-Dec-2014 21:07
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https://torrentfreak.com/pirate-bay-moves-to-the-cloud-becomes-raid-proof-121017/

R
ead this article again, Yup sounds pretty raid proof, they would've only seized the diskless load balancer (which holds everything in ram) and/or the transit router, The actual servers are virtual, encrypted, scattered around data centers around the globe, after 8 hours of no contact with the load balancer they automatically shutdown and can only be booted again with an encryption password

Dot CR, Interesting, Wonder if its legit.

 

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  Reply # 1195268 10-Dec-2014 21:54
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what would be an alternative to eztv dot it

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  Reply # 1195272 10-Dec-2014 22:01
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joker97: what would be an alternative to eztv dot it


Ild ask if this comes into a grey area with the FUG... :/




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  Reply # 1195276 10-Dec-2014 22:02
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yeah very grey indeed

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  Reply # 1195353 11-Dec-2014 00:10
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joker97: what would be an alternative to eztv dot it


Ild ask if this comes into a grey area with the FUG... :/



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  Reply # 1195354 11-Dec-2014 00:10
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hio77:
joker97: what would be an alternative to eztv dot it


Ild ask if this comes into a grey area with the FUG... :/



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  Reply # 1195358 11-Dec-2014 00:26
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Apparently the dot cr name isn't legit. It was just a proxy that only a proxy that needed the real Pirate Bay to work
http://torrentfreak.com/the-pirate-bay-has-not-been-resurrected-yet-141210/

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  Reply # 1195379 11-Dec-2014 08:04
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NZCrusader:
hio77:
joker97: what would be an alternative to eztv dot it


Ild ask if this comes into a grey area with the FUG... :/



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thing is I can't see how this is different from a hard drive recorder when I fast forward all the ads

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  Reply # 1195398 11-Dec-2014 09:01
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I switched to NZB years ago and haven't looked back.  

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  Reply # 1195402 11-Dec-2014 09:07
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Has this in any way affected the likes of Kickass Torrents?  It's almost as if less than quarter of their original database is available.





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