http://yhbt.mine.nu/ This website has been shut down by the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) of the Criminal Division of the US. Department of Justice. (http://www.cybercrime.gov) Detailed Information This website has been issued an restraining order in order to terminate the dissemination of internationally copyrighted materials. In accordance with the United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (17 U.S.C. s512(c), 17 U.S.C. s512(d), et. seq., hereinafter the "DMCA"), wherein a complainant has alleged that the web site(s) involved contains material that infringes on the valid copyright of the complainant. As a result a subpoena has been issued to the ISP in order to gain access logs for all visitors and site owners, as well as place an injunction on the functionality of the website to cease distribution. Included in this effort to cease the distribution of these copyright materials, the "Bittorrent" tracking server(s), and all associated website(s), have been also terminated. This is in part of a series of litigation performed by the U.S. Department of Justice on behalf of international copyright holders and U.S. Companies, including but not limited to "Bandai Entertainment (USA)", "Bones (JP)", "Gonzo (JP)", "Pioneer USA", "Sunrise (JP)", and "TV-Tokyo (JP)", "MBS (JP)". A detailed list of offenses are listed: 18 U.S.C. 2318. Trafficking in Counterfeit Labels for Phonorecords, Copies of Computer Programs or Computer Program Documentation or Packaging, and Copies of Motion Pictures or Other Audio Visual Works, and Trafficking in Counterfeit Computer Program Documentation or Packaging Violation of Ar 14. of the International Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works. (1) Without prejudice to the copyright in any work which may have been adapted or reproduced, a cinematographic work shall be protected as an original work. The owner of copyright in a cinematographic work shall enjoy the same rights as the author of an original work, including the rights referred to in the preceding Article. (2) * (a) Ownership of copyright in a cinematographic work shall be a matter for legislation in the country where protection is claimed. * (b) However, in the countries of the Union which, by legislation include among the owners of copyright in a cinematographic work authors who have brought contributions to the making of the work, such authors, if they have undertaken to bring such contributions, may not, in the absence of any contrary or special stipulation, object to the reproduction, distribution, public performance, communication to the public by wire, broadcasting or any other communication to the public, or to the subtitling or dubbing of texts, of the work. Is this serious or are they fuqing with us again?