FACT Turn Up at Torrent Site Owner's House Demanding Domain NamesTorrentFreak
Apr. 03, 2013
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A UK-based anti-piracy group is continuing to crack down on any sites considered to be engaging in copyright infringement. Last week representatives of The Federation Against Copyright Theft personally turned up at the home of a torrent site owner who was told to cease and desist, or else. Hand over your domains, FACT explained, and things should turn out OK.