I just read the entire verdict, and it seems that BREIN had a solid case and the judge understands what is going on: the law says intermediaries to infringement can be ordered to stop services that are used to infringe. BREIN showed convincingly that TPB is overwhelmingly used to share copyrighted content illegally, and that its include large numbers of Ziggo and XS4ALL customers, and conversely that TPB has little use beyond sharing content illegally.
As a small ray of light: BREIN tried to get reimbursed for EUR 150,000 of lawyer fees, but the court decided that the ISPs themselves did not break the law, so the sum was reduced to a standard one of EUR 2000.
The real question is what will happen if many other sites like TPB spring up, or if the distribution moves to a model that also decentralizes the indexing of torrents. Then, at some point, having a rights society issue URL and IP blockades will become plain censorship, and it would be unclear how judges would rule.