GitHub, the repository hosting service used by many open source software projects, has adopted the Open Code of Conduct developed by the TODO Group. All seems good – except one thing.
When The Pirate Bay went down in December, IsoHunt was quick to build a version called The Old Pirate Bay in order to give the torrent community another outlet they know and love. The reaction was positive, but IsoHunt was working on something behind the scenes to shake the community once again.
The Jolly Roger is flying high again now that the Pirate Bay is back online… in a sense.
When the Pirate Bay servers were taken down, there was an immediate backlash and retaliation from both the hacking community and torrent community. While the hacker group Anonymous targeted police officer’s personal information, Isohunt was busy working on bringing the Pirate Bay back to life.
Isohunt launched a copy of the Pirate Bay shortly after the official site was taken down, but it wasn’t stopping there. They’ve now debuted the Open Bay, a site that lets any person create their own Pirate Bay by following four simple steps.
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