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US shuts down world's largest torrent site
These are the top stories of the week.
Tesla unveils its new master plan.
The world's largest torrent site was shut down, and everything else that you need to know.
Elon Musk posted Tesla's master plan part 2. He says you'll see cars with solar roofs with integrated battery storage.
Tesla will produce new electric vehicles like a compact SUV and a pickup truck.
The company will improve self driving and aim to make it ten times safer than the US average.
Lastly in the future your car will make you money when you are not using it.
Sounds pretty ambitious.
The world's largest torrent site was shut down.
The US department of justice filed charges against Artem Vaulin.
The DOJ says Vaulin ran Kickasstorrents otherwise know as KAT.
Vaulin is charged with unlawfully distributing over one billion dollars worth of copyrighted materials and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Vaulin was arrested in Poland the US is seeking extradition.
Vaulin faces five to 20 years in prison if found guilty.
Pokemon go continues to dominate all things.
However, it is under attack.
Hacker group, Ourmine is taking credit for an outage.
Ourmine says it won't stop attacking until Someone from the game contacts them.
There's more to know, let's go Rapid Fire.
The Xbox One S will arrive on August 2. Japanese telecom SoftBank is purchasing is purchasing chip designer ARM Holdings for 32 billion dollars.
And Netflix reported its worst member growth in three years.
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