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# peer-to-peer - Saturday 20 April, 2013

Interview: Pirate Party founder on the collapse of ‘parasitic’ record labels

Rickard Falkvinge, who founded the world’s first Pirate Party in Sweden, speaks to about copyright laws, digital currencies and how to set up a new political party.

# peer-to-peer - Tuesday 24 July, 2012

Nearly 3,000 O2 customers in the UK to receive letters for downloading porn

Details of alleged offenders are being handed over by Telefónica UK, having been ordered to do so by the High Court.

# peer-to-peer - Wednesday 4 January, 2012

Sweden recognises filesharing as an official religion

The Church of Kopimism – founded by a philosophy student – hopes it members will not be persecuted for their beliefs.