The service is priced $6.67 p/mo and promises users total anonymity when anonymous downloading/uploading files on the Internet
Back in March, P2POn reported about the Pirate Bay’s plan to launch a VPN service called IPREDator developed with the purpose of helping file-sharers keep their anonymity while downloading files on BitTorrent.
The service was supposed to be released about two months ago but it had to be put on standby due to a few reasons, one being, of course, the verdict given against the Pirate Bay’s founders.
The Pirate Bay blog reads:
Girls & Guys!
Ipredator is running Beta. The first 3000 people on the beta-list has been invited. There’s been some small issues but it’s being resolved right now, then we’ll invite more people in. There’s 180.000 (!!!) people in the queue for accounts and we’re hoping that all will have their invite within a months period. After that? We’ll open for the world…
Yeah, we’re delayed as usual. But it wouldn’t be us if it wasn’t delayed 🙂