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Netflix and Spotify are a Threat, Not a Solution to File Sharing, Claims Pirate Bay Co-Founder

For a lot of people, piracy is an option because content creators don't seem willing to make their content easily and affordably available. That's why streaming services, like Netflix, Amazon, Spotify, and so on are so appealing. The monthly subscription fee gives you unlimited access to a catalogue of content that you can enjoy free from any guilt that you're breaking the law. Read More >>

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Pirate Bay Founder Will Sue the Recording Industry For a Change

Last week the Helsinki District Court decided that Peter Sunde, one of the co-founders of file-sharing portal The Pirate Bay, owes quite a bit of money to the music industry. Specifically, he owes a coalition of Sony Music Entertainment, EMI, Universal Music, and Warner Music $400,000, as reported by Torrent Freak. His response? No, fuck you. Read More >>

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Pirate Bay Founder Peter Sunde Has Been Released From Prison

Peter Sunde, co-founder of The Pirate Bay, has been released from prison, having served two thirds of his eight-month sentence. Read More >>

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One of the Pirate Bay’s Founders Has Been Arrested After Two Years on the Run

Peter Sunde, one of the co-founders of Pirate Bay, has been arrested in southern Sweden and will serve an outstanding eight month prison sentence -- two years after he was originally sentenced. Read More >>