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A prison visit with The Pirate Bay's Peter "brokep" Sunde

last weekOdd : Boing Boing

Julia Reda, a German Pirate Party MEP, was allowed to visit Sunde in a Swedish prison, and came away with a sad and important report on his tenure there, and his views on the future of the Internet and copyright. Read the rest

I Visited Pirate Bay’s Peter Sunde in Prison, Here’s What he Had to Say

This week Julia Reda, Member of the European Parliament for the Pirate Party, visited Pirate Bay founder Peter Sunde in prison to show her support. Today she shares a detailed account of the visit on TorrentFreak, with Sunde sharing his thoughts on prison life, the commercialized Pirate Bay, and the future that lies ahead. Show More Summary

Pirate Bay Founder Peter Sunde Shouldn’t Be in Jail, MEP Says

Julia Reda, Member of the European Parliament for the Pirate Party, will be visiting Peter Sunde in prison later today. According to Reda the Pirate Bay founder's imprisonment is a failure of a justice system that lost touch with digital culture. Show More Summary

The Week In Music Commentary

Songwriters: Submit Comments To The Department of Justice On The Consent Decrees Now Streaming Music Reduces Artist Revenue and Waters Down Creativity Swedish Pirate Party Founder Says "Kill Copyright" Long Time Music Industry Writers Clueless On Impacts Of Technology

Swedish Pirate Party Founder Says "Kill Copyright"

OP Ed by Rick Falkvinge, founder of the Swedish Pirate Party, from TorrentFreak. People sometimes ask how the artists will get paid if - no, when - the copyright monopoly is abolished. This question is not based on facts. Every timeShow More Summary

Justin Bieber & Orlando Bloom Nearly Come to Blows in Spain

They’re both superstar heartthrobs but last night (July 29) Justin Bieber and Orlando Bloom looked more like street fighters. While partying in Ibiza, Spain at Cipriani, the “One Less Lonely Girl” singer and the “Pirates of the Caribbean”...Show More Summary

Today in U.S. Naval History: July 21

Today in U.S. Naval History - July 21 1823 - After pirate attack, Lt. David G. Farragut leads landing party to destroy pirate stronghold in Cuba. 1944 - Invasion and recapture of Guam begins.

UK ISPs and Copyright Holders Praise New Piracy Warning System

Earlier this year news broke that UK ISPs are set to team up with copyright holders to notify subscribers found sharing pirated material. Today the initiative has been announced officially, receiving praise from all parties involved....Show More Summary

Blax News: In Tribute To The Importance Of "Black Music Month" And The Global Iconic Brand Of 'Beyonce' Both And Refuse To Do In Depth Coverage Of The Deadly Violence Surrounding The "BET Awards Parties" In Los Angeles, But They P

The Black Media Protects The Dignity Of Black People From RACIST Stereotypes - EVEN WHEN "Street Pirates" Make It Hard For The Press To Retain Their Credibility As They Venture Into Pure Propaganda 1 Dead, 5 Injured In "BET Awards Related Parties"

Kids - Princess and Pirates Tea Party

Wed 09 Jul Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel is running a special Princess and Pirates Tea Party this school holidays with treats for parents and the kids, from face painting...

Monkey Pirates - review

A portion of a C3 review... Good controls, decent art design and a single interesting gameplay mode just aren't enough to save Henchmen Studio's debut effort. With plenty of other far more interesting party games available for Wii U, there is little reason to recommend this. Monkey Pirates is competently made but thoroughly average in almost every way. Full review here

Clutch Gregory Polanco, Pirates Outfield Tease Huge Potential in Epic Night

Grab a pen and mark this down: Friday, June 13, 2014, at Marlins Park in Miami, Florida. That's the date and the venue of Gregory Polanco 's coming-out party. Oh, and the other two members of the Pittsburgh Pirates' homegrown outfield also showed up. But we'll get to them in good time. Show More Summary

Blogging History: Prism slide-deck; Pirate Party wins 2 EU seats; Inside a UN copyright treaty negotiation

3 months agoOdd : Boing Boing

One year ago today Leaked NSA slide-deck claims that NSA has "direct access" to servers at Google, Apple, Facebook, Skype, Yahoo, and many others: The Guardian and The Washington Post have both been leaked a 41-slide NSA presentation...Show More Summary

Pirate Bay co-founder arrested after 2 years on the lam

3 months agoOdd : Death and Taxes

While on the run, Sunde also made an unsuccessful run at a seat on the European Parliament on behalf of the Pirate Party of Finland.

Why Activism Isn’t Enough

Every now and then it's being questioned why the Pirate Party chose the political route to safeguard privacy and other liberties, as well as reform those monopolies that stand in its way, such as the copyright monopoly. The answer is simple: activism isn't enough. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and anonymous VPN services.

Pirate Bay co-founder Peter "brokep" Sunde arrested in Sweden

3 months agoOdd : Boing Boing

Peter "brokep" Sunde, the Pirate Bay co-founder who also started Flattr and made a bid for the European Parliament on behalf of the Finnish Pirate Party, has been arrested in Sweden. Sunde -- who is a friend of mine -- had been working...Show More Summary

This Day in Blogging History: Shambling Guide to New York City; Swedish poet votes Pirate Party; Red Mars is AMAZING

3 months agoOdd : Boing Boing

One year ago today Shambling Guide to New York City: The Shambling Guide to New York City is the first volume in a new series of books about Zoe Norris, a book editor who stumbles into a job editing a line of travel guides for monsters,...Show More Summary

3 Count: Renewed and Revived has domain restored after seizure, Harper Lee renews lawsuit against Mockingbird museum and Pirate Party loses ground in EU elections. The post 3 Count: Renewed and Revived appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Pirate Parties Take A Hit In European Elections

It was a mixed set of results for Pirate Parties in the European Parliament elections. The parties, which campaign for online freedoms, lost two seats across Europe but picked one up and almost won another. As a result of the last European Parliament elections, in 2009, the Pirate Party of Sweden picked up two seats, […]

Pirate Party Keeps a Seat At The European Parliament

A few hours after all polling booths across Europe closed, it now becomes clear that the Pirate Party has kept a seat at the European Parliament. The results show that the Pirates won one seat in Germany. That's also the only one, although the Czech Republic Pirates came awfully close. Show More Summary

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