[pp.int.general] Call for weapons - translation wanted!
Per von Zweigbergk
per.von.zweigbergk at piratpartiet.se
Fri Feb 27 19:02:29 CET 2009
Is associating with alleged criminals illegal in the US these days?
I'm not that up-to-date with US politics and legislation, but that
seems completely ridiculous and unlikely to me. Unless The Pirate Bay
were to be declared a terrorist organisation I guess...
(I'm not getting into an argument about whether The Pirate Bay is
illegal or not. I understand technology, not law, and anyway its
legality is unknown and spurious to my comment.)
27 feb 2009 kl. 16.35 skrev Glenn Kerbein:
> I don't see how their situation nor any combination of their career
> correct this issue. Associating, in this jurisdiction, with the site
> 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
>> 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,
>>> 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
>>> 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
>>>> 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
>> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
>> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
> Glenn Kerbein
> Pirate Party of the United States
> "Burn, Hollywood, Burn"
> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
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