OiNK was taken down on October 23 by police in the Netherlands and Britain in conjunction with the IFPI and BPI, and a message on the site's front page indicates that an investigation was ongoing into the "identities and activities" of its users.
"The most important thing about BOiNK is perhaps the message it sends out to the IFPI and the BPI: It shows that that if you stop one tracker, others will pop up days after," Ernesto wrote for TorrentFreak. "It is a hydra. Call it a slap in the face if you want."Anything to do with The Pirate Bay is a hydra, it seems. We have no doubt based on what The Pirate Bay has done in the past, that this site will be live as they say.
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