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  1. The Pirate Bay Launches Censorship-Dodging Web Browser

    Live in a country that blocks The Pirate Bay? Block their block with some blocks on your own.

    Notorious torrent-sharing site The Pirate Bay is 10 years old today, and they got you a little something. They launched PirateBrowser, a custom Firefox browser that skirts Internet censorship and lets you access the Pirate Bay from anywhere. We should at least send them a card or something.

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  2. Japanese Government Disguises Anti-Piracy Warnings as Desirable Files

    You'd better think twice before you illegally download files from Japan. The Japanese government has started using the old bait-and-switch method of getting the word out about their new anti-piracy laws by planting messages in fake files. You might think you're downloading the latest episode of Ninja Warrior, but you could really be downloading a stern talking to.

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