[pp.int.general] The TPB blocking case - our correction of IFPIs misleading press release
anders.hedberg at piratpartiet.se
Sun Nov 30 04:14:11 CET 2008
The initial raid and police investigation may have (illegally according to
swedish law) been ordered by the swedish Minister of Justice, who since has
dropped out of politics. The policeman in charge of the investigation left
the police just after the police investigation was closed. Later is
The former minister of Justice, Tomas Bodström is a friend of the lawyer
representing the interest groups opposing the Pirate Bay. He is still active
in the parlament, but his party lost the majority in the last election.
Spelling - Later is - Later IT...
Best regards, Anders H.
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Subject: [pp.int.general] The TPB blocking case - our correction of IFPIs
misleading press release
You may have heard about a recent court case in Denmark where an ISP is
ordered to block access to the Pirate Bay.
Now IFPI has sent out a press release trying to mislead the press. To
counter this, I have written a text in english analyzing the press
release and explaining what really happened:
Feel free to spread this, and use in whatever way you like. Please let
me know if you see any misspellings, bad grammar or inaccuracies.
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