A report revealed over the weekend that a copyright claim from the Universal Music Group was behind the shutdown of torrent-hosting H33t.com — one of the most popular file-sharing websites online — for illegally sharing the Robin Thicke album “Blurred Lines.” H33t.com, which has begun hosting torrents again at new URL H33t.eu, was taken down last week due to a court order, although it was unknown exactly what entity made the copyright claim.
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