By Mike Bresnahan/Tech Insider, 3:36:06A number of popular games have appeared on a list of piracy-inducing games recently created by a group called the Pirate Bay.
The list, which is called the Piracy Index, lists games that have been illegally copied, downloaded, or otherwise illegally distributed on the internet, including the recent hit “The Last of Us.”
It also includes games that are available for purchase on the site, including “Candy Crush Saga” and “Divekick.”
Piracy-related games have also been available on the popular torrent site The Pirate Bay for several years, and in 2016, it was one of the top sites for people to illegally download games.
In the last two years, however, the Pirate Barons have started to use the index to list games that they feel are pirated.
They claim that some games are legitimately being sold on the market, while others are pirating them.
“This is the third time we’ve been on the front lines in fighting the scourge of piracy,” Piracy Board member Andreas Antonopoulos told Business Insider in an email.
Pirated games include: “The last of us” (2011), “Divert” (2013), “The Witcher 3” (2014), “Cars 2” (2016), “Fallout 4” (2017), “Dark Souls 2”, “Minecraft” (2012), “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2″ and more.”
We’re working with the authorities, and we’ll continue to do everything we can to ensure that piracy stops in its tracks and gets dealt with appropriately.”
Pirated games include: “The last of us” (2011), “Divert” (2013), “The Witcher 3” (2014), “Cars 2” (2016), “Fallout 4” (2017), “Dark Souls 2”, “Minecraft” (2012), “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” and more.
The Pirates have been on an anti-piracy campaign for a while, with many members of the community criticizing the sites methods of enforcement and saying that the sites takedown process can be a little lax.
Piracy Barons founder Paul Bresnan told Business Insiders that the list is only the latest in a series of efforts by the group.
“We are working hard to stop piracy, not only in Europe but across the world, but also in the U.S. and the U-K.,” he said.
“In the meantime, the piracy index is a tool we use to support our work to combat piracy, and is intended to inform us of the state of the piracy situation in the world.”
Apirate Bay’s Pirate Index also includes popular games like “Super Mario 3D World,” “Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition” and a number of other games, including a popular “Pokemon Snap” game.
The company said that its latest list is meant to highlight the fact that pirates are actively trying to circumvent digital copyright laws.
“The last game on the list, ‘Minecraft: XBLA Edition,’ is one of those games that has been illegally distributed.
It was distributed without a license by the creator and with no knowledge of how to do so,” the group said in a statement.
“Piracy is a crime and we are dedicated to tackling it as best we can.
The Pirate Index is the first step in this process, and all of the titles listed on the Pirate Index are illegal in the country where they were originally distributed.”
In a recent interview with Business Insider, Bresnet said that Piracy’s efforts are “very different” than the one he has taken with the PirateBay.
He said that his group is more focused on keeping the piracy of games from spreading outside of its borders.
“What we do is we get a lot of information about these pirated games.
We can’t get any data on these illegal pirated titles,” he said, adding that the Pirate index is one example of how his organization is helping to stop pirate activity in the games industry.”
I think piracy is going down a little bit,” he added.
“I think it’s going to be a bit more of a challenge for us to take action on it, but we will take action.”
The Pirate Index does not represent a complete list of pirated content.
While many popular games are listed on it at the time of publication, the list does not include a majority of the pirated downloads.
That’s because the index is not based on real-time data from the internet search engine, but on a system that is constantly being updated.
“Piracy Index is based on the last few days of the week of a specific game being listed on Piracy,” a spokesperson for the Pirate Board told BusinessInsider.
“The Pirate index has been updated frequently, so this list is not a complete snapshot of all pirated copies, but a snapshot of the last week of the day of a particular game being on the index.
This list does NOT include every pirated copy that has appeared on the website, nor does it include all games that were illegally downloaded or