[pp.int.general] Call for weapons - translation wanted!
glenn.kerbein at pirate-party.us
Fri Feb 27 16:35:27 CET 2009
I don't see how their situation nor any combination of their career can
correct this issue. Associating, in this jurisdiction, with the site nor
the defendants, is illegal and damaging to our image.
Rick Falkvinge (Piratpartiet) wrote:
> you do understand that they consider themselves to be just another
> common carrier, and that the exact same court case could be applied
> against any telco, or even the Postal Service, once you disregard their
> political statements?
> Glenn Kerbein wrote:
>> Seems neat if you're an extremist anti-copyrightist. (Yes, I just
>> conjured up a word)
>> I personally refuse to associate nor follow the Pirate Bay trial, just
>> for it's sheer absurdity. Over and over again, we get inquiries and
>> emails regarding our affiliation with the site, and I repeatedly have to
>> assert that we (rather obviously) aren't affiliated.
>> In short, if you want to become one in the same with the Bay, then feel
>> free to reproduce the translated document on your respective sites. Just
>> be forewarned that we won't/can't/don't endorce nor condone the site, or
>> it's works.
>> That is all.
>> Christian Hufgard wrote:
>>> a group around the pirate bay called kopimist released a "book"
>>> yesterday. Today an english version was put online. I think it'll might
>>> be a good pr, if pirates from all over the world translate it into their
>> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
>> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
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