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The Pirate Bay has welcomed several moderators back on board. After initial security issues were resolved site staff have now regained access to the backend. The moderators got to work right away and have already removed hundreds of fake torrents in an effort to restore the site to its former glory. The Pirate Bay has been back online for three weeks now and most of the siteâ€™s former users have found their way back. While the notorious torrent site appeared to function normally, things were pretty hectic behind the scenes. TPB had to switch hosting providers on several occasions after being kicked out following copyright complaints. At the same time, scammers were populating the site with fake torrents and scammy comments. Since TPB decided to restart without a moderator crew for security reasons, most fake torrents remained online for days, driving downloaders to malware and other malicious content. Locking out the moderators initially led to mutiny among the staff and concerns among users, but this week several long-time moderators came back on board. Close to a dozen moderators now have access to the site again and they started cleaning up the place right away. Spammer accounts were banned and hundreds of fake files have already been deleted. â€œI donâ€™t know how many torrents have been removed so far, but it is in the hundreds. Some fakers had eight or nine pages under their account,â€ TPB moderator Agricola tells TF. The moderators describe the site as a â€œcrap heapâ€ and thereâ€™s still plenty of work to be done. However, for security reasons, no new â€œhelpersâ€ will be allowed to join. â€œNo new staff will be recruited, so the helper status will be gone. The staff will only consist of moderators,â€ Agricola says. For the time being no new accounts can be registered, which makes the clean up a little easier. Spammers will have to use old existing accounts and these will become harder to find. Earlier this week TPB operator Winston told us that registrations will eventually be opened as well, but not before everything else is running smoothly. With the moderators back on board the site will slowly and steadily return to what it was before the raid, marking the end of some of the most challenging weeks in the siteâ€™s history. http://torrentfreak.com/pirate-bay-mods-are-back-on-board-for-massive-cleanup-150220/
Attack on Titan game for "multiple platforms" granted an MA15+ rating. A game adaptation of anime series Attack on Titan could soon be making its way to the West. A posting on the Australian Classification Board (via All Games Beta) reveals that a game titled "Attack on Titan" was yesterday granted the MA15+ rating for moderate impact themes, strong impact violence, and mild impact nudity. According to the post, the classification was submitted by Spike Chunsoft and publisher Atlus USA, and applies to "multiple platforms." Spike Chunsoft released a 3DS game based on the Attack on Titan anime series in December last year, titled Attack on Titan: The Last Wings of Mankind. The game was initially launched in Japan and has not yet made its way to Western markets. What do you think, could this be the Attack on Titan game that fans outside of Japan have been waiting to get their hands on? Let us know in the comments below. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
Ironing Board Sam has had a legendary sixty years: Jimi Hendrix briefly played in his band, he's played shows under water, he's shared a club residency with the Jackson 5, he's played inside human-sized jukeboxes. And you've almost certainly never heard of him. I hadn't either, until about two months ago, when I was drinking in Nashville, seated at America's greatest dive bar, the Springwater. I struck up a conversation with Slick (it might have been Slim -- sincerest apologies for a saturated, fuzzy memory) and Jerry, who spun tales of rock and roll long past. The stories of Ironing Board Sam stuck out quite far from the rest -- and you can see why right here: He's returned with a new record, Ironing Board Sam & The Sticks with a new band, Ironing Board Sam & The Sticks. Hailed as a "jamming" record, it certainly sounds like it. If you have a problem with that, you can take it up with Sam this weekend, when he plays Lincoln Center's Americanafest NYC (August 10) for the Music Maker Blues Revue, put together by the non-profit Music Maker Relief Foundation.