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The latest poll in Iceland shows the Pirate Party has confirmed its position as country's biggest political party, driven - as in Germany - by a widespread disillusionment with mainstream politics.
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This week, a story in Swedish media uncovered a "spy code" in an add-on to Google Chrome that had reportedly intercepted over a million Internet users' profile data and search patterns.
Ever since someone had the idea of starting a “pirate party," there've been discussions about the necessity for such a party. In the trail of that discussion, there’s always been the one about whether the “pirate movement” is alive or not. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and anonymous VPN services.
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The Pirate party is now the most popular political party in Iceland, TorrentFreak reports. Over the past several years, the Pirate Party has grown rapidly in the Nordic country. Based on a platform of radical copyright reform and social liberalism, the party now has the support of 23.9% of the population, according to a recent survey. Show More Summary
Like the lawless, ruthless, anarchists they were, the classic pirates we all know and love believed in total freedom and self-interest without the rule of kings and queens. That’s probably why their own […]
The Icelandic Pirate Party is out-polling all the country's other parties, with 24% of the population backing them. Read the rest
Pirate support reaches 23.9 percent in recent poll, passing conservative party.
Photo by fdecomite via Wikimedia Commons Avast ye mateys! According to a new poll out of Iceland, the Pirate Party has now become the country’s most popular political entity. Iceland Review reports that the left-wing group had the support of 23.9 percent of those voters polled, eking out the conservative Independence Party’s 23.4 percent. Show More Summary
The results of a new poll published today in Iceland indicates that the Pirate Party has just become the country's most popular political party. According to the results, almost a quarter of all citizens would vote Pirate today. Speaking...Show More Summary
The Pirate Party was founded in 2012 by MP Birgitta Jonsdottir and several internet activists and managed to win three seats in the 2013 election, becoming the first pirate party in the world to enter a national parliament.
According to Iceland's Pirate Party co-founder, the country's opposition has put forward a resolution calling for a national referendum on whether the citizens want to pursue EU membership.
Ahoy, me scurvies! An un-Tea-Party whose platform includes radical reform of copyright laws is making waves in one of Europe’s smallest but most politically fascinating nations. Hækka Glaðan Roger (that’s Icelandic for “Hoist the Jolly Roger“)! According to a new poll conducted by Iceland’s largest newspaper, Fréttablaðið, if elections were held today, the Pirate Party [...]
‘Pirate Party’ Could Hijack Iceland, Poll Shows According to a new poll conducted by Iceland’s largest newspaper, Fréttablaðið, if elections were held today, the Pirate Party would become the second largest in the Alþingi, the country’s parliament, with 14 seats. Píratar, as...
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