(BG for Bulgaria). This was a torrent site, like thepiratebay.org. Most staff were located in Russia, but they leased European data centers.
Oddly, rargb.to appears still to be operating [it is probably an unauthorized copycat site]. And if you go there, the site says RARBG.
One of the business models of such sites is to build user trust, get them to download software torrents also, and then feed them malware.
The case is US v Smith. Generally, warrantless searches (say, of your luggage) are allowed at border crossings. There have been previous circuit-court cases that have placed narrow limits on CBP phone searches. The case will be appealed to the second circuit.
Fair Use vs Derivative Works
Napsterized video games
Laws and Cases
Dowling, Feist, Grokster
Viacom v YouTube