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20. Pirate Bay 'relocates' servers to U.S.
Now dubbed "The Freedom Bay," the world's most difficult-to-shut-down file-sharing site said today it had relocated its servers to the U.S. In a single line, The Pirate Bay said in a blog post: "America, f**k yeah!" and that it had worked closely with the U.S. government to "establish a strong military graded server park."
Obviously, that would never happen considering the U.S. is home to some of the site's most aggressive copyright lawyers — most users download content illegally through the site. It also comes only a few weeks after it pulled a similar April Fools'-like stunt by claiming it had relocated to North Korea.
Check out its new homepage here (that is, if you're not in a country that blocks the site.)