From the site:Do you think that this will be a coming trend for torrent trackers as they attempt to dodge litigation and/or other legal issues?Just to make it clear so people sending DMCA takedown notices understand:
- We do not have any content.
- We are not a bittorrent site, we are just a tracker, we can not see what content is behind an info_hash.
- We don't have any torrent files.
- We can't give you any IP addresses in any other way than normal tracker usage - the software don't support it.
- We can't verify any claims when we have no data other than the info_hash.
- We can't block info_hash keys from being registered with the tracker.
- We don't have any logs or ways to trace previous connections, there is just not enough disk and IO resources in the world for that (at least not at our operational budget).
- And most importantly, we have no time.
So what should you as a content owner do? Contact the indexing site where the torrent download originated from and ask them nicely to remove the listing and the .torrent file!