Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 24th Mar 2012 16:43 UTC
Internet & Networking "The Pirate Bay is not only the most visited BitTorrent site on the Internet, but arguably the most censored too. Many ISPs have been ordered to block their customers’ access to the website, and recently Microsoft joined in on the action by stopping people sharing its location with others. Microsoft's Windows Live Messenger now refuses to pass on links to The Pirate Bay website, claiming they are unsafe." They refuse links to The Pirate Bay. In that light, here are a bunch of completely and utterly useless links to The Pirate Bay. And some more. And then some. Update: We have some more links to The Pirate Bay.
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Break some laws
by KrustyVader on Sat 24th Mar 2012 17:09 UTC
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In Argentina doing so is against the law unless you have a court order. Is like interfering/reading someone else mail o a phone call. Is like if i use the phone's company for my personal use, i can be punished for doing it but the should not interfere with the conversation.

Any kind of communication that you block is against the law. And ISP blocking other ISP is not allowed, and ISP blocking some kind of traffic is not allowed (but everybody does once in a while for a short time).

But the problem is that Argentina has great laws... but no enforcement at all.

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