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Two Big Torrent Sites Close

Empornium.us and puretna.com are now closed.  It was just two weeks ago that I had served them with notice to remove my content and to block my content from being posted in the future, I noticed that most studios were on the do not post list even though it was largely being ignored, it just wouldnt be posted if it had the studios watermark on it or if it was it wouldn’t stay up long.

I suspect these sites outlived their usefulness, and were running out of fresh content or feeling legal heat and decided it was no longer worth it.

All I can say is…Good Riddance.