Sweden: The Pirate Bay, one of most famous and resilient torrent websites has returned to its home domain (Thepiratebay.se), after wondering here and there for over seven months. The past two weeks remained especially turbulent as site had to move four domain name changes over this period. The notorious Torrent site originally moved from thepiratebay.se to .sx and remained there for seven months, until a Dutch anti-piracy group pressured authorities to shut down the .sx domain. TPB then moved to .ac (Ascension Island) to .pe (Peru) to .gy (Guyana). Now, as of Thursday, Pirate Bay quietly switched back to its original domain Thepiratebay.se. The move from .se to .sx was originally pushed by a petition filed by a Swedish prosecutor in April 2013, seeking seizure of domains thepiratebay.se, piratebay.se, and thepiratebay.is. However, domain registrar, the Internet Infrastructure Foundation refused to entertain the application without proper court orders. “Our actions would largely be determined by the contents of the order and the issuing party, accordingly, we will assess the situation on a case-by-case basis if such an order is issued,” a statement from agency read.