Hosting Company: Anti-Pirates Stole $138,000 In Kit & Hijacked Our EmailTorrentFreak
Feb. 28, 2011
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After seizing back equipment wrongfully seized by Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN, the owner of the servers which previously housed a huge warez topsite has spoken out. With claims that BREIN ruined his business, the man from Costa Rica says that the anti-piracy group stole $138,000 of his equipment and hijacked his email accounts. He will now pursue the matter with the police.