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Internet Service Providers in the United Kingdom must block access to the world’s most notorious file-sharing site, The Pirate Bay. Why? Because, Britain’s High Court believes that requiring ISPs to block access to The Pirate Bay will reduce illegal file-sharing in the UK. Will it work? Of course not! When asked if the High Court’s order was going to hurt its business, a Pirate Bay spokesperson told TorrentFreak that circumventing any blockade will be easy. The spokesperson went on to say, and I quote: “This will just give us more traffic, as always. Thanks for the free advertising.” Why is The Pirate Bay so nonchalant about the new anti-piracy law in the United Kingdom? Because it was built by and for pirates. They break the law for a living and they know that no matter how hard you try to stop piracy at the ISP level, pirates will navigate around it. Is there anyway to stop illegal file-sharing? Visit shellypalmer.com to learn the secrets of The Pirate Bay.