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Hackers Seem to Dump Pirates of the Caribbean on Torrent Sites Ahead of Premiere - Update
17 May 2017, 8:21 am

Hackers have made good on their threat and dumped the latest Pirates of the Caribbean movie online ahead of its next week premiere. 

Just the other day it was revealed that Disney was being threatened with the release of one of its summer blockbusters. Two movies are scheduled for release - the new Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and Cars. Although no names were given officially, everyone assumed it would be Johnny Depp's latest portrayal of Captain Jack Sparrow. 

Now, as the Internet is filling up with movie copies, it's obvious that the assumptions were true. Two copies have landed on The Pirate Bay thus far and are already drawing attention.

The dump is the result of Disney's refusal to pay the money demanded by hackers. The same happened to Netflix a few weeks back when what is presumed to be the same... (read more)

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