Torrent search engine IsoHunt was ordered to remove copyright-infringing content from its site last week by a US judge. In response, the site has launched a new ‘Lite’ version just for the US, which claims to be merely a search engine that lets users find torrents hosted elsewhere. “Though inducement is never our intention and we have evidence to support it, with isoHunt Lite we want to affirm publicly that isoHunt’s function is nothing more than a search engine with all the net neutrality it affords and should be afforded,” writes founder Gary Fung. We sense this may end up in court again. Source: Mashable

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