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Tuesday, 28 April 2009 06:27

Pirate Bay Lawyers File for Retrial

As expected, lawyers for the four Pirate bay founders have appealed to the Swedish Court of Appeal, alleging bias on the part of the presiding judge of the trial. The defendants, who received a jail sentence and multi-million dollar fine, are protesting the fact that after the trial concluded it was revealed that the judge is a member of two copyright protection organisations.

Friday, 24 April 2009 07:49

Pirate Bay - new trial to be ordered?

Major doubts have emerged regarding the validity of the judgement against the 4 Pirate Bay founders.

Could it really be true – an ISP in Australia offering broadband with no download caps? A new ISP called “myKP” says it will offer just that from January 26 but “initially” only on a limited basis in areas that can already access myKP’s Free Wi-Fi - although the service is expected to be offered to "everyone" in a "not too long" timeframe.

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