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How do I access the Facebook page of the Pirate Bay

There are a few pages on Facebook related to the Pirate Bay. In order to access any of them, follow these steps:

Step 1: do a search for the Pirate Bay on the Facebook search engine. You will be prompted to a list of pages that have info about the Pirate Bay. These pages belong to different groups, some of them with very few members. You will also see that some of them are old, and haven’t been updated for a while. However, depending on the information that you are looking for, they may still be of help.

Step 2: access the page of your choice. One of the groups that appear to be quite updated is the Spanish-language based “The Pirate Bay” group. Although private, you can still request access to it. This group can be found at

Step 3: if you are interested in chatting with someone else about the PirateBay, try the chat room. Maybe you are lucky enough, and you can find someone to share your interests.

How to learn more about the Pirate Bay.

There are many ways to learn more about the PirateBay. An organized search can include the following steps:

Step 1: usually, a first good step is to read the Wikipedia page on the PirateBay, which contains data on its origins, history, problems, etc. This page is also updated quite frequently, so the info available is usually good.

Step 2: Perhaps the best site about the Pirate Bay is its wiki, which is available at

There you can find information on many topics related to the PirateBay, such as a list of mirrors and proxy servers. This information can be handy when the Pirate Bay is down or it is forbidden in your country of residency. A great advantage of this list is that as it is from the official wiki, the links contained may be more reliable. Although, never feel 100% safe and always be alert for funny happenings.

The site also contains a list of other torrent sites, such as Kickass, Zooqle and more. These sites can also be a good source for movies, TV shows, ebooks, and other types of files that may interest you. So, if the PirateBay doesn’t offer what you are looking for, try them.

Step 3: if you are interested in how the PirateBay works, read the “How Stuff Works” page about the Pirate Bay, which is available at, and which also contains interesting links with information about the BitTorrent protocol.

Step 4: If you need more information, do a Google search. There are many blogs and pages containing information about the PirateBay, its architecture, history, problems, and more.

How do I upload files to the Pirate Bay

If you want to contribute to the PirateBay by uploading content, you must first get a username and password, as only registered users can do so. Once you are a registered user, do the following steps to upload a file:

Step 1: prepare the file. Remember that PirateBay’s users usually scan the lists of torrents without putting much attention to them. Thus, try to give the files names that fully describe their content. In addition, collect as much info about the file(s) as you can, and keep it, so you can use this data later on in the description of the torrent’s content.

Important info includes the file format and size. Also, consider a basic explanation of the content, such as the year of release of a movie, the author of a book, the titles of the songs included, and any other facts that you believe may be of interest to the Pirate Bay’s users.

Step 2: login to the Pirate Bay official site. You will find a menu item for uploads. Click on it.

Step 3: you will be asked to upload the file from your computer. Follow the steps. Include all the info that you had collected. However, remember to remain anonymous. It is not wise to reveal your true identity, as the Pirate Bay has a history of controversy.

Step 4: logout.

Step 5: go to the Pirate Bay and download the file. Check that it arrived uncorrupted on your machine. And thank you for collaborating with the Pirate Bay. As pirates say: sharing is caring.