|/muffled in bed snortle|
Give me £5 I'm worth it.
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Ka-blamo wrote:I can't stop watching this.
|pirateproxy.net is now being blocked by Be/Sky. It took me less than 10 seconds to find a working proxy..|
|I'd like to know how it is legal blocking links that lead to other links surely they should be blocking google as well going by that logic.|
"If we hit that bullseye the rest of the dominoes will fall like a a house of cards, checkmate." Zapp Brannigan
So Eztv and YIFY torrents are being blocked by 2 UK ISPs. Never used the latter but Eztv has been my go to place for TV shows for years. Gutted. Will have to find a Vpn around it - would unblockus work for that? |
It also really annoys me that a site dedicated to TV shows is banned, it's not like they lose money from me not buying the dvd etc, and it would be on UK TV eventually anyway. Obviously kissing out on adverts but I could just sky+ it and fast forward anyway. Ah well.
Ah damn, most of the US shows I download are through those two! I've got unblock-us so hopefully that will sort things.|
As you say, even if I do waaaaaait sixty million years and watch them on British TV, there's no way I'm going to watch the adverts anyway.
pirate browser is very nice |
Edited by B0rked_Gamer at 22:47:19 10-08-2013
Link there for anyone interested, the browser is simply Firefox preconfigured to use Tor as a proxy service in order to get around internet censorship.
This may need it's own thread to get more attention for our censored brethren's, fuck it I'll do it.
Edited by OptimusPube at 18:50:50 13-08-2013
Danny MacAskill gives me a boner
CBA with pirate broswer, took me a whole 30 seconds to find a working proxy for eztv (unlike ecureil it took me 10 seconds to think 'hmm, oh, censored?' and another 10 to be bothered looking it up). |
Well done, lawyers of Big Content. You have caused up to 30 seconds of mild inconvenience to your enemies.
Not related to Pirate Bay directly... but still, well done you bunch of clowns.|
Internet users have been prevented from accessing the Radio Times and hundreds of other websites as a result of the Premier League's battle with an unrelated copyright infringing site.
Edited by Psychotext at 18:55:13 14-08-2013
Filtering really does work so well.|
Genuinely though, the people who are lobbying for all these policies, are they simply thick enough to believe they will be effective, or are they just doing it to have a job? I see no way they can still think their conventional methods will work at all after all these years.
Formerly TheStylishHobo and Geesh.
OptimusPube wrote:I stopped using that after trying it for 5 minutes. When using EZTV I was finding ads showing up on the page when there aren't any, normally, and then I was getting random pop-up ads every few clicks. I've been getting pop-ups after using come.in in my normal browser, too, but quickly fixed that by upping pop-up blocker settings to max; I was using another proxy, without any pop-ups or ads showing up, but then it decided to stop working properly with EZTV.
|For fucks sake.|
Come and get it cumslingers!
I though Isohunt was shut down ages ago.|
Have to love the accounting methods these guys use. 10 million? Really?
I used to use Isohunt, but I found their pop up ads to be particularly cunty, even more so than Pirate Bay. In the end there were certain things that didn't even appear when I'd search for them on Isohunt, yet they would elsewhere, so I stopped using the site yonks ago. |
Cool story, I know.
|It's the money that it all comes down to. The MPAA will probably be quite happy to let pirating continue if they can occasionally shakedown one of the popular sites for a few million every now and again.|
|I'd love to know the true yearly revenue a giant piracy site like isohunt generates. Gotta be millions.|
|You're not suggesting that they hide the true value of their revenue, surely?!|