The Scene said goodbye to the release group CAKES

The pirate release group CAKES has said goodbye. On Stage (The Scene) we have mentioned earlier. It is the main source of all pirated content available on the Internet.

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Technically, release groups operate in a closed ecosystem, but the reality is different. The vast majority of published on Scene's private servers eventually find their way to public pirate sites.

The secretive nature of The Scene is a significant challenge for law enforcement, but in the summer of 2020, the US Department of Justice made a breakthrough. After a thorough investigation, charges were brought against three members of the SPARKS team. The raids and the criminal investigation caused a shock in the Scene. Some groups stopped releasing altogether and others slowed down their releases significantly.

Amid this turmoil, a new one emerged of television editions under the name CAKES.

The band released their first release “The 100 S07E16” on October 1st, 2020 and many more would follow. Over the next few years, CAKES built a reputation as a consistent release team, one that eventually released 7.000 titles.

But a few days ago they also released their farewell message in the last nfo


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The message states that when CAKES started, the team made an internal promise to pull the plug when "the love" goes away. Apparently the time has come. Some may have been disappointed with this decision, but CAKES made up its mind. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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