Last week a Danish court ordered the ISP "Tele2″ to block its customers access to The Pirate Bay. The decision heated the debate on ISPs Internet filtering, and it now turns out that filtering traffic...

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Sweden targets The Pirate Bay

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Sweden's public prosecutor Hakan Roswall plans to charge the Pirate Bay's organizers with accessory and conspiracy to break copyright law, which could lead to fines or up to two years in prison. The charges will...

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The Pirate Bay to Bring Back OiNK

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The Pirate Bay is currently working on an OiNK replacement in an attempt to bring the hundreds of thousands of music albums back online that disappeared during the raid. The replacement will be released within...

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Court Orders Pirate to Use Windows

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Scott McCausland, aka "sk0t", the first person to be jailed for Bittorrent use and a former member of Elitetorrents, has been told he may no longer use his computer with an Ubuntu Linux operating system....

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The Pirate Bay Gets Musical

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The Pirate Bay, one of the most controversial p2p torrent trackers, has launched a music site in collaboration with Lamont, a Swedish rock band, and their manager Kristopher S. Wilbur. According to the team, the...

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Step one: The MPAA and BSA investigators allegedly purchase pirated materials from a 31-year-old Pennsylvania man between last November and January. Step two: The investigators contact local police about the purchases made from Robert Uss,...

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The owner of iBackups.net, Nathan Peterson of California, was sentenced to 87 months in prison, the longest sentence ever given for software piracy. He also forfeited nearly all of his assets and agreed to pay...

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The file sharing site The Pirate Bay are set to be making over $25328 a day, with single day advertisements costing €20,000. The past four months the Swedish company Eastpoint Media have sold ads for...

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Sweden's self confessed daddy of BitTorrent has revealed that if the findings of an ongoing legal fiasco deem The Pirate Bay legal, the site's owners can claim compensation from the Swedish state. The popular tracker...

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The Pirate Bay Comes Back Online

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For the last couple of days there were stories of The Pirate Bay, the worlds largest bittorrent tracker, being taken offline by swedish athorities while they were being investigated for copyright infringement. Even the MPAA...

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