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Why Blocking Piracy Websites Is Bad For Australia’s Digital Future

Rumours are flying that the government will introduce legislation before Christmas aimed at blocking certain websites, such as The Pirate Bay and Kickass Torrents, as part of a range of efforts to reduce copyright infringement in Australia. But is that a good idea? More »      

Google Asked to Censor Three Million Pirate Bay URLs

The Pirate Bay reached a questionable milestone today when copyright holders asked Google to remove the three millionth Pirate Bay URL from search results. While most requests are valid, Google also removed several non-infringing pages. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and anonymous VPN services.

Pirate Bay Founder Preps Appeal, Puts the Press Straight

Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Svartholm is not sitting around doing nothing following his hacking conviction. Speaking with TorrentFreak the Swede confirms that an appeal is underway and in the meantime he's taken to the study of neurobiology. Show More Summary

3 Count: Grand Theft Music

Rightsholders ask Swedish court for Pirate Bay blockade, Smokey Robinson and ex-wife settle on copyright termination issue and GTA loses some tracks.

Copyright Holders Want Pirate Bay Blocked in Sweden

Several major movie studios and record labels have filed a lawsuit against the Swedish ISP B2, demanding that the company blocks access to The Pirate Bay. The lawsuit, which also calls for a blockade of the streaming site Swefilmer, is the first of its kind in The Pirate Bay's home country. Show More Summary

Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde released from prison

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Authorities can't keep the entire Pirate Bay crew under lock and key, it seems. Just days after the arrest of Fredrik Neij, Peter Sunde has been released from prison; he spent only five months behind bars rather than the originally intended eight,...

Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde freed after 8 months in prison

"My body just got re-united with my soul and mind, the parts of me that matter."

Pirate Bay and Flattr founder Peter "brokep" Sunde released from prison

2 weeks agoOdd : Boing Boing

He spent more than five months inside, having his reading material censored and being denied adequate food, losing more than 15kg. Read the rest

Pirate Bay founder Peter Sunde gets out of Swedish prison after almost 6 months

Pirate Bay founder Peter Sunde announced in a tweet today that he has been released from a Swedish prison. Sunde had previously been found guilty in 2009 of copyright infringement and sentenced to a year in prison. After the trial, Sunde went on the run and remained free until he was arrested this past May […]

Pirate Bay founder Peter Sunde released from prison after 5 months

Pirate Bay founder, Peter Sunde, has been released from prison in Sweden after serving five months of an eight-month sentence handed down in 2010 for breach of copyright law. He was arrested in May 2014 while visiting family in southern Sweden, after spending two years on the run. Show More Summary

Pirate Bay Founder Peter Sunde Released From Prison

Former Pirate Bay spokesperson Peter Sunde is a free man again. After more than five months he was released from prison this morning. Peter is expected to take some time off to spend with family and loved ones before he continues working on making the Internet a better place. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and anonymous VPN services.

3 Count: Give it Up

Supreme Court declines to hear Sherlock Holmes appeal, Pirate Bay founder arrested in Thailand and Blurred Lines lawsuit can move forward.

Swedish Police in Bangkok to Detain Pirate Bay Founder

Following his arrest in Thailand on Monday, local authorities are already preparing Fredrik Neij's deportation from the country. The Pirate Bay founder is currently en route to the Thai capital Bangkok where he will be met by Swedish police who will escort him back to Scandinavia. Show More Summary

Pirate Bay Co-Founder Fredrik Neij Arrested At Thailand-Laos Border

Pirate Bay co-founder Fredrik Neij found out the long arm of international law is flexible, and quick. According to CNET, Neij, was arrested and detained on a copyright law convictiaon in 2009. A Swedish court found Neij, Pirate BayShow More Summary

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3 weeks agoSports : Deadspin

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Gawker The Gawker Voter's Exhaustive Guide to the 2014 Midterm Elections | io9 It's Looking More and More Likely That We Live in a Multiverse | Jezebel Christmas Must Be Stopped. Let's Declare War on Christmas. | Kotaku Pirate Bay Co-Founder Arrested in Thailand Read more...

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3 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

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Pirate Bay Co-Founder Arrested in Thailand

Until recently, only two of the three The Pirate Bay co-founders were in police custody: Peter Sunde was arrested in Sweden this past May, while Gottfrid Svartholm was just sentenced to 3.5 years. And yesterday, a third co-founder, Fredrik Neij, was arrested while trying to cross the border into Thailand. Read more...

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