IsoHunt Resurrected Less Than Two Weeks After $110 Million MPAA DealTorrentFreak
Oct. 30, 2013
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BitTorrent indexing site isoHunt, that was forced to shut down earlier this month after a claimed $110m settlement deal with the MPAA, has this morning been resurrected. Speaking with TorrentFreak, the team behind the recreation of one of the world’s largest torrent sites says the aim was to give isoHunt refugees access to their much-loved database of torrents wrapped up in a familiar interface.