It is obvious that USA is cracking down on any file sharing site big time. However every site is still only just a domain name that is hosted on a server, which in technical terms means that a domain name points to an ip address. Some very clever guys have come up with a way around the draconian rules of DNS control from the big boys, and I personally think this is quite an amazing development. Say hello to Namecoin on http://dot-bit.org/Main_Page Namecoin is basically a domain name registration platform for registering .bit domain names. The beauty of all this is that Namecoin is decentralized in its nature, and based of the Bitcoin source code, which we all heard so much about. So grab your .bit domain name and create whatever site you want, because those CANNOT be forcefully shut down no matter how hard the respective authorities will try. Only downside is that you have to "spread" the DNS information in order to your visitors to be able to browse .bit domain names. This can only be accomplished if more or less everyone chips in to make namecoin/.bit the next big thing so that DNS hookup gets spread to the surfers (knowingly or unknowingly). Be aware that namecoin/.bit is quite a technically difficult implementation and requires a lot of read and investigation on how it all works, but there is an IRC chat for it on freenode.