The move follows The Pirate Bay supporting Torrents Time – which states that the way people use torrent sites has “changed forever”.
“We launched last week and in a few days changed forever the way people use the treasures found through torrents sites, directly from their browser,” said Torrents Time.
“Torrents Time is revolutionising the world of torrents. Because it’s a revolution, you can expect a bloodshed, like the fate of all revolutions. We already managed to get a cease and desist letter from BREIN.”
Anti-piracy group BREIN recently sent Torrents Time a demand to “cease and desist the distribution of Torrents Time immediately.”
“Because it’s the people’s revolution, a network of hundreds of millions of people who wish to consume Free Content, the people will prevail and the illegal harassment by the film and TV producers… will be defeated,” said Torrents Time.
“[Peer to peer] does not come instead of going to the cinema, watching cable or satellite, paying for VOD, buying a disk or a piece of merchandise. With P2P we make the world smaller, a people’s village where all the neighbours can watch together the stuff they like.”
“Torrents Time is not a pirate’s tool. It’s cool and it’s legal. We are certain it will improve the world,” said the company.