Copyright Trolls Face Court over Theft by Deception Copyright trolls have long been accused by file-sharers of intimidation and extortion, but now it seems that such complaints are not one-sided: even the American government filed a criminal case against Prenda Law’s principals ExtraTorrent Contest's Winners Received Their Prizes - MacBook Pro and iPhone 7!
Recently, ExtraTorrent run competition among all ET members.
More than 1500 Extratorrent fans joined the contest. The question of the contest was "Guess 10 most downloaded torrents on ExtraTorrent in 2016"
See full results of contest here
The winners of the contest are hdhub
They gueesed 8/10 most downloaded torrents:
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