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Long live piracy!

I'm a big fan of pirate bay website as it's one of the very few sites that provides a verified torrents, guys behind that website believe the net should give people free access to media files.(Thumps up!) I really wish I could fly and protest with them.
Swedish piracy row gathers peace


The row between supporters of a Swedish website accused of piracy and the nation's authorities is escalating.

A raid on The Pirate Bay site by Swedish police is thought to have been the catalyst for hack attacks on official websites.

The attacks are being investigated by the Swedish security service, its domestic intelligence agency.

Protesters took to the streets of Stockholm on Saturday to show their support for the BitTorrent search site.



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