While the practice of uploading torrent files is not in itself illegal, the arguments used by the US government to seize the domain were based on the millions of files covered by copyright circulated on the internet. Under US rule, most of the songs, movies, tv, and let's face it, are all copyrighted, so the website got jacked. This meant the birth of Kickass Proxy. KAT's former workers have launched a new platform with a similar interface, and today, if you know where to look, there are several options to navigate the archive.
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