The Pirate Bay appeal finally has a tentative autumn 2010 date set for the founders of the infamous BitTorrent tracker website. In April last year Peter Sunde, Carl Lundström, Frederik Neij and Gottfrid Svartholm Warg were found guilty in a Swedish court of being accessories to breaching copyright laws. Immediately after the …
The Pirate Party will surely be all over this?
If they just run on a single-issue of "Vote for us and we'll drop the case against TPB!!" they'll grab the entire youth vote and, possibly, win the election.
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"The Pirate Party will surely be all over this?
If they just run on a single-issue of "Vote for us and we'll drop the case against TPB!!" they'll grab the entire youth vote and, possibly, win the election." ....... Ginolard Posted Monday 15th March 2010 13:56 GMT
That would be a very interesting Social Experiment, Ginolard. And considering some of the quite outrageous and obviously fraudulent claims which we always hear from incumbent parties to remain in power [and there are some current doozies with promises of contracts and guarantees between government and public, which are simply vacuous cynical notions to take up column inches and waste broadbandwidth, being aired and shamelessly pimped by media whores for the UK voters to wonder at ] a much more honest and doable promise.
they aren't in jail at the moment? Why not?
Why not in pokey? Same as UK Law
Whilst an appeal is in progress, unless said offender is a high risk to the public, they can remain at large.
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