Pirate Bay supporters have attacked the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) web site, making it difficult to load throughout Monday.
The IFPI represented music and film producers in a high-profile trial against the file-sharing site, which saw the operators behind the Pirate Bay found guilty by a Swedish court for helping make copyrighted content available on the web.
It is not the first time the IFPI has suffered due to the case. On the third day of trial, its Swedish version of the web site was defaced and hackers left a message for prosecutor Hakan Roswall to "stop lying".
Currently 205 web users are participating in a forum on irc.anonnet.org discussing how to destroy the web site.
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