Despite the shutdown of The Pirate Bay, other pirate movie and music download sites thrive and flourish on the dark web. Sites like KickassTorrents, ExtraTorrent and TorrentHound are popular torrent sites for illegal content. In 2011, TorrentFreak released a study, looking at the top 100 torrent sites, and found that 50 of them were being used for illegal content.
In March 2006, the U.S. Government stated that it was taking steps to crack down on online piracy. The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Virginia and the FBI reported that the most commonly downloaded movies and music are now being downloaded through the illicit BitTorrent system. In August 2009, a U.S. federal grand jury in Baltimore indicted three men behind the The Pirate Bay (TPB) and Mininova tracker websites and two others who were allegedly operating a warez website. TorrentFreak reported that the Department of Justice has now requested the extradition of founders Fredrik Neij and Peter Sunde from Sweden to the United States. On April 2, 2011, TorrentFreak reported that the Pirate Bay founders were granted bail and released until June 22, 2011. The Pirate Bay claims that more than 70% of the traffic to their site is legal and only about 30% is illegal. In 2011, BitTorrent was the most widely used file sharing protocol in the world and accounted for more than 2% of total Internet traffic. In 2011, the largest torrent index, Pirate Bay, was blocked in its home country of Sweden. In August 2012, the site's founder was arrested in Sweden. In January 2014, the Pirate Bay domain name was seized in Poland, resulting in a loss of revenue. The Pirate Bay responded that they have many other domains which they can use to continue hosting the site. In May 2014, the domain name was seized by the Dutch High Court and transferred to the European Union Intellectual Property Office. and the site is believed to be hosted in the Netherlands, although there is not hard evidence. In August 2014, Pirate Bay co-founder Fredrik Neij was arrested in Cambodia and charged with criminal copyright infringement, accused of helping to distribute copyrighted content. After a three month court case, he was found guilty and sentenced to one year in prison. The ruling was upheld by the Phnom Penh Court of Appeal in January 2015.
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