Notorious file-sharing website The Pirate Bay is back seven weeks after Swedish police raided a secure web-hosting facility and took it offline.

The site's homepage currently sports a phoenix — signifying the site's much-anticipated rise from the ashes. We first saw the news on Torrent Freak. 

Since the beginning of January, the site has had a countdown clock on its homepage indicating that it could start functioning as normal on February 1, meaning it beat its self-imposed timeline by one day. 

Police initially shut down the site for copyright infringement.

Here's how the homepage looks now:

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