The MAFIAA is foiled again

The MAFIAA thought they had the perfect plan to destroy those pesky filesharers at The Pirate Bay. They decided they’d get their friends in the US government (as in “government by the corporations, of the corporations, for the corporations”) to confect an anti-Pirate-Bay trade agreement, and coerce the USA’s trading partners into accepting it.

However, someone’s adding keyword search to BitTorrent client software, obviating the need for BitTorrent trackers such as The Pirate Bay. So the MAFIAA’s plot is foiled before they started.

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