lokitorrent hijacked by MPAA [updated]

oops. the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) has shut down lokitorrent and confiscated all their server logs.
but the really scary part is that they hijacked the website and replaced the content with this image and this text: ”

mpaa hijackThere are websites that provide legal downloads. This is not one of them. This website has been permanently shut down by court order because it facilitates the illegal downloading of copyrighted motion pictures. The illegal downloading of motion pictures robs thousands of honest, hard-working people of their livelihood, and stifles creativity. Illegally downloading movies from sites such as these without proper authorization violates the law, is theft, and is not anonymous. Stealing movies leaves a trail. The only way not to get caught is to stop

update: lokitorrent owner edward webber was fined 1’000’000 in dallas eventhough they hosted not one file on their server.
lokitorrent owner to pay $1-million

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