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The Swedish government is aiming its cannons at The Pirate Bay, but the torrent site's administrators say that they don't plan to abandon ship. The charges filed yesterday against The Pirate Bay by Swedish prosecutor Hakan Roswall (coverage at BBC, TorrentFreak) allege that four of the torrent site's administrators are guilty of participating in copyright infringement, and for profit. This filing comes over a year after fifty Swedish law enforcement agents seized The Pirate Bay's servers during
"The Pirate Bay is not in Sweden," the 29-year-old Kolmisoppi said.
Where are the servers?
"It's a distributed system. We don't know where the servers are. We gave them to people we trust and they don't know it's The Pirate Bay," Kolmisoppi said. "They then rent locations and space for them somewhere else. It could be three countries. It could be six countries. We don't want to know because then you'll have a problem shutting them down."