UK ISPs Block Pirate Bay’s Artist Promotions

This week saw the launch of The Promo Bay, an artist promotion initiative supported by The Pirate Bay crew. The website is entirely dedicated to promoting the work of independent musicians, filmmakers and other content creators. They get to showcase their work to an audience of hundreds and thousands of people at no cost. Initially, the promos were submitted through The Pirate Bay’s website but when the project grew too big it was outsourced to Aussie entrepreneur Will Dayble. He will now be in charge of sifting through the thousands of submissions and picking the best ones to feature on the Pirate Bay site. However, if something doesn’t change, those submissions won’t include those from the many thousands of UK artists who might want to benefit from this unique opportunity. It turns out that the Promo Bay website is being blocked be several Internet providers, showing a similar message people get when they try to access the Pirate Bay site.

UK ISPs Block Pirate Bay’s Artist Promotions

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Sunday, December 2nd, 2012 Net News

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