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  1. These Pirate Parties Plan to Enter The European Parliament (22 Replies)
  2. Privacy Rights Group Files Legal Challenge To GCHQ's Extensive Hacking Activities (1 Reply)
  3. German Government Hires DC Law Firm To Threaten Its Own Parliament With Criminal ... (1 Reply)
  4. 'Notice And Staydown' The Latest Fad In Copyright Enforcement (0 Replies)
  5. Pirate Bay Founder Launches Election Campaign For European Parliament (0 Replies)
  6. Dad Faces Massive Fine for Pirating Bambi, Lion King, and More (1 Reply)
  7. Pirate Bay Uploader Hit With $32m Lawsuit (0 Replies)
  8. Accused Movie Pirate Wins Extortion Case Against Copyright Trolls (0 Replies)
  9. Sweden Goes Full Retard, Requires Registration Of Every Individual Playing Lottery (1 Reply)
  10. Authorities of Cyprus are killing (6 Replies)
  11. Is it Illegal for me to download torrents? (5 Replies)
  12. One Month Before Elections, Swedish Oldmedia’s Pretend-Does-Not-Exist Attitude ... (0 Replies)
  13. 106,000 Signatures in Support of Pirate Bay Founder Delivered to Danish Govt. (3 Replies)
  14. US Copyright Law Doesn’t Apply Worldwide,”DVD Ripper” Tells Court (0 Replies)
  15. Viewing Pirated Material Is Not Direct Copyright Infringement, Judge Tells Tarantino (1 Reply)
  16. UK Police Force Shutdown of Sports Torrent Network (0 Replies)
  17. First Heartbleed 'hacker' arrested (0 Replies)
  18. More People Were Paid To Exploit Heartbleed For The NSA Than To Fix It (0 Replies)
  19. Record Labels Lose Big as Court Declares File-Sharing Tools Legal (4 Replies)
  20. The Netherlands Must Criminalize Downloading, EU Court Rules (0 Replies)