Thursday, April 16, 2009

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T-party rally tally:
Guess how many?
'The Obama administration
has awakened a sleeping giant'


* 12

Obamabots better run because the Revolution has begun!!!

The Ron Paul Campiagn for Liberty lives on...

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Pirate Bay founders jailed in landmark case

A Swedish court has found the four men behind the infamous Swedish BitTorrent tracking site The Pirate Bay guilty of assisting copyright infringement. Each has been sentenced to one year in jail. Peter Sunde Kolmisoppi, Frederik Neij, Gottfrid Svartholm Warg and millionaire donor Carl Lundström must pay SEK 30 million ($3.59 million) in damages. confirms that a Stockholm district court, the scene of a three-week trial in March, today ruled the four were responsible for "promoting other people's infringements of copyright laws". It's not the end of the road, however - before the verdict the Bay said: "This will not be the final decision, only the first before the losing party will appeal. It will have no real effect on anything besides setting the tone for the debate."

Kolmisoppi actually Twittered the judgment early this morning, assuring supporters to stay calm: "Nothing will happen to TPB, us personally or file-sharing whatsoever," he said, noting that, in the age of international networking, even legal rulings can be read before the official release. The Bay will hold a press conference today at 7am EDT.

So, the dice courts judgement is here. It was lol to read and hear, crazy verdict.

But as in all good movies, the heroes lose in the beginning but have an epic victory in the end anyhow. That's the only thing hollywood ever taught us.

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