Pirate Bay bloodied but unbowed

Wednesday, 7 June 2006, 3:24 AM EST

The once Swedish-based Bittorent site The Pirate Bay claims the problems many visitors have noticed on the resurrected piracy hub are the result of a glut of new users, rather than recent troubles with police.

This week The Pirate Bay reappeared on the internet just three days after a police raid shut down the site, and sparked street protests in Sweden and intense international interest.

At Wired.

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