Visiting KickassTorrents’ website now will land you to this message
Few days ago, KickassTorrents’ domain went offline as the alleged owner of the popular torrent site has been seized by the US fed.
Heading to the KickassTorrents’ official website right now will show you a different message compared to the recent offline status. Based on the image above, if convicted, an offender will face a maximum sentence of five years in prison or a $250,000 fine for each count of criminal copyright infringement and conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement. However, KAT only housed the files itself with the use of peer-to-peer sharing technology, not the actual file.