The 50 Most Notorious Piracy Sites In the World…

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As ranked by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), and submitted to the Office of the US Trade Representative (USTR) this week.

1. vKontakte

2. EX.UA

3. The Pirate Bay 

4. KickAss.to (formerly Kat.ph)

5. Torrentz.eu

6. Bitsnoop.com

7. ExtraTorrent.cc (formerly ExtraTorrent.com)

8. Isohunt.to

9. Zamunda & Arena.bg

10. Torrenthound.com

11. Fenopy.se

12. Monova.org

13. Torrentreactor.net

14. Sumotorrent.sx

15. Seedpeer.me

16. Torrentdownloads.me

17. 4shared.com

18. Uploaded.net

19. Oboom.com

20. Zippyshare.com

21. Rapidgator.net

22. Turbobit.net 

23. Ulozto.cz

24. Sdílej.cz (previously CZShare.cz)

25. HellShare

26. Warez-dk.org

27. Freakshare.com

28. Bitshare.com

29. Letitbit.net

30. 1fichier.com

31. Filestube.to

32. Music.so.com

33. Verycd.com

34. Gudanglagu.com

35. Thedigitalpinoy.org

36. Todaybit.com

37. Chacha.vn

38. Zing.vn

39. Songs.to

40. Boerse.to

41. Mygully.com

42. Wawa-mania.ec

43. Bajui.com

44. Goear.com

45. Pordescargadirecta.com

46. Exvagos.com

47. Degraçaémaisgostoso.org

48. Baixeturbo.org

49. Hitsmp3.net

50. Musicasparabaixar.org

18 Responses

    • Anonymous

      I’m sure you already knew the most important of them all:

      Google.com — the world’s leading portal to organized crime.

      Reply
    • Remi Swierczek

      All you need is Shazam than via-Shazam app will bring the good from whomever, who cares!

      Reply
  1. Anonymous

    And which among these sites contain major corporate advertising? Are these corporations pro-piracy?

    Which use major ad networks? Are these networks comfortable with funding piracy?

    Reply
  2. David

    I took a quick look at Zippyshare. Two ads visible on the welcome page: one for Ebay (which I use, so it may have been targeted at me individually) and one for Siemens tech products. Both of them large supposedly legitimate corporations which should not touch the likes of Zippyshare with a barge pole. Cut off the flow of advertising and most of these pirate sites would shrivel and die.

    Reply
  3. Anonymous

    Isohunt? Didn’t the MPAA spend 6 or 7 years and a ton of money to make that site go away?

    Reply
  4. Anonymous

    Paul, the real story is which parent companies they are all owned by! Dig into that please…

    Like, you go watch Porn on Pornhub, you arent doing anything wrong as it is ultimately owned by Brazzers who use it as a portal to post shortened clips of their good stuff to try and lure a paid customer in.

    Users break the law and upload content they do not have the rights to and brazzers throws their hands up with the dmca thingy so ultimately, like Google, are off the hook.

    Thats not to say they arent doing questionable things but obviously who isnt these days? With the stakes so high right now and the overall gravity of the situation, its hard to change those big old ships course to know enough to make the proper legislative changes, and with everything moving so fast its really hard for slow moving things to have enough foresight and not make shortsighted decisions that could have lasting ramifications on a global and economic scale, not to mention, jurisdiction is still a bit of a problem with some of these kinds of things.

    Justin Mayer

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    • Willis

      Thanks for using my comment to erect a rickety soapbox for that assumptive rant. I actually meant what I wrote…only.

      Reply
      • Willis

        I’m hardly clueless. If you knew who I really was, you’d kick yourself…probably in the head…again. That’s probably what made you rant in the first place – some brain damage.

        Reply
  5. Anonymous

    Hahaa, the worst creep of them all, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg — who started the Pirate Bay — was sentenced to 3.5 years in jail today! 🙂

    Reply

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