Taxpayer funded korporate kopyright kops

July 9, 2009

So while this is a victory for Scopelight, it’s still a rather stunning revelation of how closely integrated a private industry organization is with criminal investigations, and certainly raises questions as to why such a group should get such access.”

Good question, and it’s one we’ve been asking since p2pnet started in 2002.

Because the  corporate movie, music and software cartels routinely suborn national and international police and law enforcement agencies, using scarce resources to look after company bidnes — at the expense of local taxpayers, squandering countless hours and millions of dollars which should have been allocated to serving and protecting the people who pay their salaries and expenses.

And no one says a mumblin’ word, least of all the people running the agencies.

So while this is a victory for Scopelight, it’s still a rather stunning revelation of how closely integrated a private industry organization is with criminal investigations, and certainly raises questions as to why such a group should get such access.”

Good question, and it’s one we’ve been asking since p2pnet started in 2002.

Because the  corporate movie, music and software cartels routinely suborn national and international police and law enforcement agencies, using scarce resources to look after company bidnes — at the expense of local taxpayers, squandering countless hours and millions of dollars which should have been allocated to serving and protecting the people who pay their salaries and expenses.

And no one says a mumblin’ word, least of all the people running the agencies.

http://www.p2pnet.net/story/24702

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Why Did UK Anti-Piracy Group FACT Get Computers From A Criminal Investigation… And Keep Them?

July 8, 2009

It seems troubling enough that private industry reps were allowed to be so closely involved in a criminal investigation where they have clear bias, but it gets worse. The police seized various computers and equipment as part of arresting the Vickerman’s, and then allowed FACT employees to inspect the computers and the information found on them — which, again seems to be granting way too much access to a private group. Then things got even more bizarre: the police gave a bunch of the equipment to FACT to allow FACT to continue to examine the equipment.

http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20090706/1713445461.shtml

Secret projects @ Surfthechannel

July 6, 2009

Nonpublic project #280125 = PHP Developer – Adult site is project number 280125 

Status: Closed
(Cancelled by the Site Administrator)

Selected Providers:

Budget: $1000-3000

Created: 06/27/2008 at 19:10 EDT

Bid Count: 11

Average Bid: N/A

07/04/2008 at 19:10 EDT

Project Creator: arthur1hill View PM Post PM
Employer Rating: 10.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/10 (7 reviews)

 

Description

Looking for an individual to join our busy team.
* Need excellent PHP skills.
* Experience writing web spiders, data mining etc.
* Experience with FLV files, extracting .flv URL’s from 3rd party websites.
* Can work with linux, basic/medium command line skill needed.
* Can undertsand and write cacheing systems.

This is a part time job however first 2 weeks will be closer to full time as we get the site ready. After that it will be 4hrs a day 6 days a week as you maintain existing site backend and code new features on request. Bid for a monthly salary based on 24hrs/week x 4. We can sort out extra pay for more hours in 1st 2 weeks.

You must have very good English speaking skills as you will need to talk on Skype with co-workers etc. Also must be on MSN.

Applicant must be prepared to sign NDA.

NO teams will be considered as we wish to build a relationship with an individual not a team of 50 people.

Bonuses are readily available for hard work and comitted people.

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Status: Closed
(Selected Service Provider)

Selected Providers: TheSane

Budget: $1500-3000

Created: 06/18/2008 at 17:57 EDT

Bid Count: 21

Average Bid: N/A

06/25/2008 at 17:57 EDT

Project Creator: arthur1hill View PM Post PM
Employer Rating: 10.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/10 (7 reviews)

 

Description

***THIS JOB IS BEING RE-ADVERTISED WITH MORE SPECIFICS, PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU QUALIFY BEFORE BIDDING***

* We are looking for a developer to join our busy team and busy site on a permanent full time basis.
* The applicant will be expected to work 36 hours/week spread over 6 days of the week.
* The applicant must excel in all aspects of mysql, PHP and Javascript programming.
* The applicant will need to fully understand video site systems and how to extract the FLV path from 3rd party site URL’s.
* The applicant will have good knowledge of Flash players and objects.
* You will have experience writing spiders to data mine websites including avoiding spider blockers etc.
* You will have good knowledge of writing membership systems with social networking functionality.
* You will have knowledge of html caching systems and how to script them efficiently.
* You will have knowledge of writing RSS scripts and converting mysql data into RSS streams for syndication.
* You will write clean commented code that is immune to exploits.
* Good knowledge of other programming languages desirable.
* The applicant must be self-motivated and speak excellent English. You will be expected to speak with your colleagues and manager on the phone regularly so English is very important.
* Preferably work to GMT timezone. US/UK applicants desirable.
* No teams will be considered for this role. We are looking to build a relationship with an individual who will become an important part of our company. If you represent a company or a team do not bother bidding.

The successful applicant will be briefed on all aspects of the current site by the outgoing developer. Once briefed applicant must be prepared to build a strategy for optimising entire site code, rewriting where necessary.
Applicant must be prepared to be flexible with time as we work in a high speed, high pressure environment sometimes that needs team members to be able to work when they usually would not (in return for a day off when less busy etc).
Contract will be a month to month contract.
NDA will need to be signed by applicant before contract starts.
Please post your bid as a monthly wage amount.

Good bidding!

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Nonpublic project #273983 = PHP Developer Wanted is project number 273983

Status: Closed
(Cancelled by the Site Administrator)

Selected Providers:

Budget: $1500-3000

Created: 06/12/2008 at 18:53 EDT

Bid Count: 15

Average Bid: N/A

06/19/2008 at 18:53 EDT

Project Creator: arthur1hill View PM Post PM
Employer Rating: 10.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/10 (7 reviews)

 

Description

* We are looking for a developer to join our busy team and busy site on a permanent full time basis.
* The applicant will be expected to work 36 hours/week spread over 6 days of the week (6 hours per day).
* The applicant must excel in all aspects of mySql, PHP and Javascript programming.
* Good knowledge of other programming languages desirable.
* The applicant must be self-motivated, speak excellent English and preferably work to GMT timezone. US/UK applicants desirable.
* No teams will be considered for this role. We are looking to build a relationship with an individual not a collective.

The successful applicant will be briefed on all aspects of the current site by the outgoing developer. Once briefed applicant must be prepared to build a strategy for optimising entire site code, rewriting where necessary.

Applicant must be prepared to be flexible with time as we work in a high speed, high pressure environment sometimes that needs team members to be able to work when they usually would not (in return for a day off when less busy etc).

Contract will be a month to month contract.
NDA will need to be signed by applicant before contract starts.
Please post your bid as a monthly wage amount.

Good bidding!

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Status: Closed
(Project expired)

Selected Providers:

Budget: $750-1500

Created: 02/13/2008 at 18:03 EST

Bid Count: 4

Average Bid: N/A

02/20/2008 at 18:03 EST

Project Creator: arthur1hill View PM Post PM
Employer Rating: 10.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/1010.00/10 (7 reviews)

 

Description

We are looking for a US/UK based individual who excels in Linux (CentOS), network administration, security and most importantly has advanced knowledge of load balancing techniques using apps such as HAProxy and lighttpd webserver.

You will be adminning servers that run a high availability, high traffic website that is in it’s beta stages but needs restructuring and load balancing as soon as you start. You will be expected to harden all servers in our server farm (10 servers) and build a strategy for the future so that scalability is no problem moving forward.

You will need to provide proof of your experience and load balancing knowledge.

Hours of work – You will need to be flexible. You will need to work as needed in the short term to stabilise the servers/site. Once we are stable and secure your hours will be much less as you will be needed to just “caretake” the network.

You will bid for a monthly salary. Your terms of employment will be a rolling 1 month contract with the possibility of additional profit sharing if you do good work and are made a permanent partner.

Good bidding!

When Coco is recruiting – Working for Surfthechannel.com

July 6, 2009

Although company name has been changed as well as contact info, it remains obvious that these job ads were posted by Surfthechannel: http://ddx24-2.getafreelancer.com/users/525974.html

  • Nonpublic project #280125
  • Spider PHP Script
  • Data mining spider scripts needed
  • Nonpublic project #276369
  • Nonpublic project #273983
  • Clone CBS Flash Application
  • Spider Script Needed
  • North East UK PHP Developer Wanted
  • Nonpublic project #225509
  • Blog Posting
  • The Google search engine still attributes these postings to Scopelight LTD, but the reviews tell the tale: http://www.getafreelancer.com/users/feedback_525974.html

    Clone CBS Flash Application $ 250 in 3 days 05-17-2008 10
    Comments: It was a pleasure to work with coco. Very clear requirements and fast payment. Looking forward to work again with him.

    Surfthechannel wins court case against FACT in UK

    July 6, 2009

    Nick Brett specialises in the defence of FACT prosecutions and copyright offences. It is a tribute to both his determination and ability that he and junior counsel (acting alone) pitted against an entire team from FACT, won this case on behalf of his delighted clients at first instance.

    Source: http://lewisnedas.co.uk/2009/05/high-court-judgement/
    Verdict: http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/QB/2009/958.html

    Creating a safe harbour for online surfing

    July 3, 2009

    Friday, July 3, 2009

    WIRED: European search engine start-ups face a quandary: is linking to infringing material in itself illegal?

    YOU DON’T hear much about police barrelling into Google and demanding that it shut down its search engine.

    Stranger things could happen though. In the UK, anti-piracy group UK-Fact arranged for a raid on website SurfTheChannel on the grounds that it was being used to access infringing material.

    SurfTheChannel is, like Google, a search engine: it points to the content of other websites but does not host the content itself.

    In the end, the criminal charge was dropped, although UK-Fact is continuing to pursue a civil case against the owners of SurfTheChannel.

    However, its case struggles with the same problem that anyone pursuing a search engine must fight and that every search engine must fear: is linking to infringing (or illegal) material in itself illegal?

    Here’s the scenario. You type “torrent Star Trek movie” into the Pirate Bay and (I imagine) you’ll get a list of links to files that, eventually, will allow you to download an infringing version of the latest Star Trek blockbuster.

    For many people, including the judge in the recent Pirate Bay case, this showed that the Pirate Bay was a contributor to the infringement – and should therefore pay the price.

    But type the same thing into Google and you will probably find the same infringing content.

    So what’s the difference? Should Google be thrown into jail along with the Pirate Bay founders and SurfTheChannel’s service?

    Any lawyer will tell you that the answer to this question takes you into murky waters, especially in Europe.

    But “it depends” is hardly a business-friendly answer, especially as there is no obvious way to satisfy demands that search engines should not link to infringing content.

    A decent search engine will index and identify billions of webpages, some of which are infringing and some of which are not.

    Despite what rightsholders often insist, there is no way to tell whether content is infringing. Even rightsholders themselves frequently have no idea of the legal status of content.

    To make a search engine liable for millions of links it has no way of policing would effectively kill any website that seeks to act as a complete guide to the internet.

    Thankfully for big companies based in the US (and anyone trying to find their way around the internet), the situation is more settled there.

    In the US, the law specifically carves out a protection against liability for “information location tools” – search engines, in other words.

    It is the same sort of “safe harbour” that protects web hosting services from being sued over their customers’ content and internet service providers and mobile phone companies from being penalised for making temporary caches of websites to cut down connection costs and speed up connections.

    No such protection exists in Europe for search engines. However the very fact that these US search engine companies are so large and, moreover, have large subsidiaries in Europe and beyond, gives them a little more protection from midnight raids than start-ups like SurfTheChannel.

    It also provides them with something of an economic advantage over any upstart European search engine.

    When Bing, the new Microsoft search engine, was launched, only a few noted that its “video search” effectively embedded copyrighted content on to Microsoft’s own website (try typing The Office into its video search and see what happens).

    If that had been a European search engine launched by a plucky new start-up, you can bet that its lawyers would have warned them off such a feature.

    This effectively means that one of the biggest selling points of Microsoft’s Google competitor is out of bounds for any European contender.

    We could update the European law – the e-commerce directive – to match the US’s exclusions for liability.

    The problem though is that big media companies like music labels and (increasingly) the newspaper industry would like the pendulum to swing the other way.

    They would like companies like Google to pay a licence for linking to available content and are willing to lobby for that to be made part of European law.

    If rightsholder lobbyists get away with that, it would mean even more of a lockdown for the big US companies, as only Google and its corporate contemporaries have the billions to pay for licensing the rest of the internet.

    European start-ups would somehow have to find the cash to pay for every link they provided – and in advance.

    Getting venture capital, always difficult in the EU, would become impossible for “information location tool” vendors.

    Perhaps the best solution would be for individual countries in the EU to make themselves more business friendly.

    The e-commerce directive already allows individual nations to carve out wider exceptions than those listed.

    Countries like Spain, Portugal and Austria have all included some protection to search engines, as well as anyone providing a weblink to another website.

    Perhaps Ireland could create its own “safe harbour” in national law for new internet start-ups.

    That way, we could draw investment from other countries who want the benefit of being able to find what we need on the internet but are scared to alienate the vested interests who would rather choke it.

    This article appears in the print edition of the Irish Times

    http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/finance/2009/0703/1224249967492.html

    Surfthechannel distributing malware but Google still thinks it’s safe site?

    July 1, 2009

    Safe Browsing

    Diagnostic page for surfthechannel.com

    What is the current listing status for surfthechannel.com?

    This site is not currently listed as suspicious.

    What happened when Google visited this site?

    Of the 4789 pages we tested on the site over the past 90 days, 66 page(s) resulted in malicious software being downloaded and installed without user consent. The last time Google visited this site was on 2009-06-30, and the last time suspicious content was found on this site was on 2009-06-25.Malicious software includes 64 exploit(s), 12 trojan(s), 7 worm(s). Successful infection resulted in an average of 8 new process(es) on the target machine.

    Malicious software is hosted on 37 domain(s), including platinumtvonline.com/, more-banners.com/, catjepzcft.com/.

    22 domain(s) appear to be functioning as intermediaries for distributing malware to visitors of this site, including ezanga.com/, 67.201.36.0/, yieldmanager.com/.

    This site was hosted on 2 network(s) including AS22822 (LLNW), AS16371 (ACENS_AS).

    Has this site acted as an intermediary resulting in further distribution of malware?

    Over the past 90 days, surfthechannel.com did not appear to function as an intermediary for the infection of any sites.

    Has this site hosted malware?

    No, this site has not hosted malicious software over the past 90 days.

    http://google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=surfthechannel.com/

     

    Safe Browsing

    Diagnostic page for AS22822 (LLNW)

    What happened when Google visited sites hosted on this network?

    Of the 2075 site(s) we tested on this network over the past 90 days, 21 site(s), including, for example, sunstag.org/, eschatologytoday.net/, surfthechannel.com/, served content that resulted in malicious software being downloaded and installed without user consent.

    The last time Google tested a site on this network was on 2009-06-30, and the last time suspicious content was found was on 2009-06-30.

    http://google.com/safebrowsing/diagnostic?site=AS:22822

     

    Surfthechannel updates on Twitter

    July 1, 2009

    https://twitter.com/surfthechanneI

    How popular is Surfthechannel.com?

    June 30, 2009

    Surfthechannel.com users come from these countries:

    36.9% United States
    13.3% United Kingdom
    8.2% Canada
    4.7% Germany
    2.7% Australia
    2.4% India
    2.3% Ireland 2

    Alexa Rank

    221 Canada
    251 United Kingdom
    500 Australia
    627 United States

    http://alexa.com/siteinfo/surfthechannel.com

    2008 Year-End Google Zeitgeist

    After a whirlwind year of election news, economy woes, and the lead-up to the showstopping Summer Games in Beijing, we’re looking back to see what was on the minds of Americans through it all. One thing’s for sure: it was a wild ride.

    “Fastest rising” means we looked at the most popular searches conducted for 11 months of 2008 (we compile this list by early December) and ranked them based on how much their frequency increased compared to 2007.

    Google.com – Fastest Rising (U.S.)

    1. obama
    2. facebook
    3. att
    4. iphone
    5. youtube
    6. fox news
    7. palin
    8. beijing 2008
    9. david cook
    10. surf the channel

    http://www.google.com/intl/en/press/zeitgeist2008/united_states.html

    Surfthechannel operator Anton Vickerman ex-Suprnova co-admin FD / TheShadow?

    June 30, 2009
    Suprnova.org could never have run without the forum been there, the forum has been run by a few different people in the past, but is now in the hands of a guy called anton Vickerman (FD aka TheShadow)

    This is a money driven guy, If the is no cash there, he wont be either.
    Over the last few months we have seen a massive change in nova, this is due to methlabs paying slon an extreamly large amount of money to drop Bittorrent and use the mass amount of people that come to nova to promote there new p2p software to, As the forum is the heart of suprnova, everyone from the site can go there and talk to eachother, MY advice to anyone going there still is ask lots of questions,

    Its a shame to see so many people sticking up for suprnova when they are unaware of what they are actually sticking up for.

    It use to be a very good torrent dump site, now its a cash machine for the owners.

    Its time for you guys to wise up and relise that suprnova is dead, now is the time for them to rake in as much money as possible.

    I wouldnt be suprised if slon was on the run, someone did put his real home address in the irc channel (he used it when he first registerd suprnova) also i wouldnt be suprised if FD aka the shadow had something coming to him aswell as he made the same misstake when first registering his old sites, i know his real home address was even floating around as a torrent so quite a few people must have it.

    So il say it again, suprnova is dead, now is the time of the money makers

    by Family Friend on January 29, 2005 at 2:13 pm

    http://web.archive.org/web/20070927050134/http://www.carniola.org/2004/11/hunting-slovenias-little-elephant.htm

    http://www.techdirt.com/article.php?sid=20090625/1757125363#c1019

    IS ANDREJ PRESTON VICKERMAN’S SUPRNOVA PARTNER???

    So the RIAA and MPAA are celebrating what must seem like a number of glorious victories in their longstanding crusade against public file sharing. Due to a number of raids and repeated threats of severe legal action, many of the most popular file sharing sites decided to shut up shop last week. The most notable of which was the legendary BitTorrent Mecca, Suprnova.org. Sloncek, the owner and creator of suprnova, after seeing what was happening in the community made the brave decision to close the site rather than face a possible prison sentence. But how did the authorities manage to wreak such havoc when they’ve failed many times before? Simple. They went after the site owners.

    Greetings everybody,

    As you have probably noticed, we have often had downtimes. This was because it was so hard to keep this site up! But now we are sorry to inform you all, that SuprNova is closing down for good in the way that we all know it. We do not know if SuprNova is going to return, but it is certainly not going to be hosting any more torrent links. We are very sorry for this, but there was no other way, we have tried everything.

    Thank you all that helped us, by donating mirrors or something else, by uploading and seeding files, by helping people out on IRC and on forum, by spreading the word about SuprNova.org. It is a sad day for all of us!

    Please visit SuprNova.org every once in a while to get the latest news on what is happening and if there is anything new to report on.

    As we wish to maintain the nice community that we created, we are keeping forums and irc servers open.

    Thank you all and Goodbye!
    sloncek & the rest of the SuprNova Team

    There was a sudden outpouring of rage and sorrow amongst the many users of the site, but nothing could be done. By the end of the day, several more sites vanished and the BitTorrent scene had been almost obliterated. FD, moderator of the Suprnova forum, formerly the largest Invision Power Board in existence, removed all content relating to BitTorrent and banned any torrent related discussions. This bold move has spread to many more File Sharing boards preventing them from be taken to court.

    More http://www.internetdj.com/article.php?storyid=514

    Sloncek and Brokep NovaStreamRadio.org Interview Podcast
    http://blog.p2pvine.com/sloneck-and-brokep-novastreamradioorg-interview-podcast-22082007/

    About me July 30, 2007
    Posted by sloncek in Uncategorized.
    13 comments
    My name is Andrej Preston and I go by the nickname sloncek (little elephant). I used to own SuprNova.org, but I gave it away since I decided to pursue a different career path. I moved to San Francisco to study Producing (Motion Picture & Television). On my blog I write what has happened to me here an what is going on in my life, how school is and what kind of things I have learned. I used to write about personal conflicts with other people here, but it did not end up nice.
    http://sloncek.com/?s=suprnova

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrej_Preston

    and

    http://torrentfreak.com/the-pirate-bay-about-to-relaunch-suprnovaorg/

    and

    SuprNova Forums Close – Merges with Snarf-It
    by SlyckTom » Wed Mar 30, 2005 5:00 pm

    The SuprNova Forums (SNF) was perhaps one of the busiest communities during the latter part of 2004. Although it shared a similar name as the BitTorrent listing site SuprNova.org, it was not owned or operated by administrator Sloncek. This allowed the site to grow in a unique fashion; uninterrupted by any third party influences.

    However, those third party influences would come to a head on December 15th, 2004 when SuprNova announced it was closing its doors forever. Initial distraught turned to optimism when it was learned Sloncek was developing a supposed next generation BitTorrent protocol named eXeem. Unfortunately, this turned once again to disappointment as it was learned the program had nothing to do with BitTorrent (labeled as “irrelevant” by Bram Cohen) and included the dreaded cydoor.

    All that was left of SuprNova at this point was the SNF. While the community portion of the site continued to exist, the now non-existence BitTorrent aspect became a detriment to its popularity. To regain that BitTorrent fuel that sparked such a diverse community, SuprNovaForums has decided to merge with Snarf-it’s forums. Snarf-it has proven to be a quality BitTorrent tracker and listing site since its introduction on the SNF.

    “The forum has been seeing an obvious decrease in regulars attending due to the fact of SuprNova closing.” explains SuprNovaForum administrator ‘FD.’ “It was obvious that we needed to do something to preserve the fantastic community we have there, I decided that as snarf-it.org was born in SNF, that it was the logical choice for us to become the snarf-it.org community.”

    While some forum members undoubtedly expressed concern regarding the loss of SNFs’ identity, ‘FD’ assures its members the spirit that made this community great will still remain.

    “Everything will remain, memberships, posts, and all, we have the db and everything backed up, we will be reskinning and removing any links with SuprNova is all. This is a fresh start but with all of the old members, we built up the biggest Invision board in the world so we aren’t going to just delete it and start again. I couldn’t bring myself to press the button that wiped 330,000 members. The rules will stay the same as well, there will be zero tolerance of people posting direct torrent links or cracks etc on the forum, this policy has kept the SNF safe from harm over the years and I’ll be making sure the same happens with Snarf-It forums.”

    The volume of information being transferred to Snarf-It has proven more time consuming than anticipated. ‘FD’ states what was supposed to take one hour has turned into a day and-a-half affair.

    “Whilst looking through the server and checking a few things it looked in bad shape system wise so I’ve decided on a re-image to bring it’s OS and krnl up to date, this will be done tomorrow morning and we should have the forum up and running by 6pm BST (*crosses fingers.)”

    With the emerging prominence of Snarf-It and backup of SuprNova’s old community, interesting things may once again flourish in the BitTorrent community. In addition, Snarf-It plans to implement a script that will index “every single live torrent on the net (approximately 110,000) in addition to supporting eMule links.” While BitTorrent fans hope Snarf-It resurrects SuprNova’s successful history, many hope to avoid its duplication.

    http://www.slyck.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=10293&hilit=suprnova&sid=f6b9dba686814cf3be3d5fe928716bcd

    Nov 17 2004, 11:41 AM Post #2

    im preddy sure all advertising is done by a 3’d party. ie, a company is being paid a fee to find people that want to pay a fee to advertise on suprnova.

    i may be wrong though. try PM’ing either “FD” or “Sloncek”

    http://forum.docusaur.us/index.php?showtopic=24625

    Suprnova.org gone forever

    ——————————————————————————–

    Well, it seems that it was going to happen sometime, but suprnova.org is finally gone forever. There have been a lot of torrent sites that have closed recently, including Youceff. Even tho suprnova’s servers were located in Slovenia, but were shut down despite the fact that foreign laws dont apply there.

    Quote:
    * Now talking in #suprnova.org
    * Topic is ‘SuprNova is from today on DOWN. It will not be returning in any way that we know it now. We are very sorry for this, but it is not possible any other way. Thank you all for all your help! SuprNova crew ’
    * Set by sloncek on Sun Dec 19 16:08:10

    This is not a joke either. FD said that suprnova will not be returning.

    http://www.dbzsc.com/forums/showthread.php?t=24798