File-Sharing Giant Openload Has Its Domain Suspended (Updated) #Openload_Co

File-Sharing Giant Openload Has Its Domain Suspended (Updated) #Openload_Co

August 18, 2019 0 By NewsTakers

Openload, one of the largest file-hosting sites on the Internet, has lost control over its main domain name.
The Openload.co domain is been suspended, presumably by the registrar Tucows, and is currently marked with a serverHold status code.
On top of that, Openload’s official status page is unreachable as well.
With millions of regular visitors, file-hosting site Openload generates more traffic than popular streaming services such as Hulu or HBO Go.
While the site has plenty of legal uses it is also a thorn in the side of many copyright holders, due to the frequent appearance of pirated content.
The error message is the result of missing DNS entries, which is also apparent from the ‘serverHold’ status message in the domain’s Whois details.
However, it is worth noting that the site’s official status page is unreachable as well.
The status page downtime is not tied to a domain problem but appears to be server related.
The same happened in 2016 , when domain registrar Namecheap presumably took action after “too many DMCA complaints.”
Openload was eventually able to regain control over the domain and Namecheap publicly admitted that its legal team “was too heavy handed,” adding that Openload should be fine as long as they properly respond to DMCA notices.

As I picked up my morning coffee, I scoped out the place for possible prey. A new cock to suck from a suitable guy was on my breakfast menu. I made eye contact with a good-looking 30-something but quickly realized that he was a former conquest. As he approached to say hello, I raised my hand like a traffic cop and shook my head no. He stopped and retreated, obviously disappointed. I was looking for some fresh meat. However, I was so horny and hungry for cock and hot cum that if nothing new was to my liking I would go back to the 30-something, but I had to act quickly, as always.

Source link