“PirateBrowser — No more censorship!”

By | August 13, 2013

The Pirate Bay Offers Web Browser to Avoid Censorship

By NICK BILTON

The Pirate Bay,
one of the largest and most famous piracy sites on the Web for
illegally downloading copyrighted material, has been in a constant game
of cat and mouse with legal authorities
from around the globe for the past decade. Government agencies have
often tried to shut the site down, or thwart people from reaching it —
because people use it to download movies, music, digital books and other
intellectual property — only to see the site retaliate with new
doorways for people to access its wares.

On Saturday people
involved with the Pirate Bay did this again, announcing that the group
is releasing a free Web browser, called PirateBrowser,
that will allow people in countries where the Pirate Bay is currently
blocked to still reach its hundreds of thousands of illegal torrent
files.

The Pirate Bay told its users about the new browser in a blog post titled, “PirateBrowser — No more censorship!”

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