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The founders of a website which carries links to unauthorised copies of music, films and TV programmes go on trial in Sweden on charges of copyright theft.
The Pirate Bay is the world's most high-profile file-sharing site and is being taken to court by media firms including Sony and Warner Bros.
On Sunday, two of the four defendants said the site was "100% legal".
The men face up to two years in prison and a fine of $143,500, if convicted.
Originally posted by Zepherian
It's not just about the copyright, it's about fighting peer to peer networks, which hold the potential to change the world forever.
Peer to peer networks put the information into the information age and this naturally is unsettling for those that make their fortunes on other people's ignorance.
Originally posted by Kryties
reply to post by ImaginaryReality1984
The place is called 'Sealand'. I was actually reading about it the other night it's a pretty cool read:
Official Sealand Website