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Piracy Politics

The Pirate Bay's 'Move' To Korea Was a Prank 142

Posted by Unknown Lamer
from the couldn't-wait-three-weeks dept.
judgecorp writes "The Pirate Bay's announcement that it was moving to North Korea was a prank, making fun of gullible readers. Admitting the hoax, the site said 'You can't seriously cheer the 'fact' that we moved our servers to bloody North Korea. Applauds to you who told us to f*** off. Always stay critical. Towards everyone!'" The essence of a good troll: so absurd it could just be true.
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The Pirate Bay's 'Move' To Korea Was a Prank

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  • Re:in other words (Score:2, Insightful)

    by Anonymous Coward on Wednesday March 06, 2013 @02:32PM (#43095465)

    They're just a bunch of kids, and no need to trust them.

    Yep. Nice to see our culture is marginalizing itself as it struggles in a fight for legitimacy.

  • Re:North Korea (Score:5, Insightful)

    by clarkkent09 (1104833) on Wednesday March 06, 2013 @03:36PM (#43096193)

    The real joke is that many of the site users apparently cheered the "move". Apparently forced labor concentration camps, widespread torture, arbitrary arrest and murder of citizens by the government, collective punishment for entire families and villages, complete absence of freedom of speech, no independent media, death penalty listening to foreign radio are bad, but not as bad as IP laws that prevent you from downloading stuff you want for free.

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