Gottfrid Svartholm. Source: goo.gl/1PwVHA. Founder of Pirate Bay is not allowed access to books while a mass can read whatever he wants Stratholm (aka Anokata)
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Gottfrid Svartholm

Source: goo.gl/1PwVHA

Founder of Pirate Bay is not allowed access
to books while a mass ******** can read
whatever he wants
Stratholm (aka Anokata) is one of the founders of Piratebay,
right now he is in a prison located in denmark. the thing
that got my attention is that Anders a mass ******** who killed
innocent children has more accessed the public then a man "breaking"
the copyright laws. the manis not even allowed to read books or
getting visited by his own mother!
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Submitted: 01/09/2014
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#14 - lordlolland (01/09/2014) [+] (65 replies)
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Here are a few things about this case people forget to mention when they go all up in arms over it:
1, He is not arrested for pirating, its not even one of the charges, he is arrested for hacking into and stealing information from Danish police databases which is a serious ******* offence.
2, He is kept under such conditions to prevent him from compromising evidence by signalling to any co-conspirators or in any other way disrupt the investigation.
3, If found guilty, or when the police is certain that he cannot disrupt the investigation, he will be imprisoned under normal conditions, or since it is IT criminality it will more likely be low-security with no internet.

Get your facts straight before jumping on the damn bandwagon.
#3 - pokemonstheshiz (01/09/2014) [+] (3 replies)
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time for a change
*2016
#173 - anonymous (01/10/2014) [-]
his name is Anders Breivik not Breijvik
User avatar #171 - commanderbunbun (01/10/2014) [-]
suddenly Denmark seems pretty sucks
User avatar #176 to #171 - kanduhuskedetder ONLINE (01/10/2014) [-]
I don't think Denmark seems pretty sucks now. I think it good.
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User avatar #164 - ponyplush (01/10/2014) [-]
THIS IS ********
User avatar #162 - douthit (01/10/2014) [-]
There is no such thing as intellectual property.

Just because you're the first to have an idea--often meaning you're the first to take it to the patent office--doesn't mean that you can use the gun of government to forcibly prevent or punish 7,000,000,000+ other people for doing the same thing.
User avatar #167 to #162 - RandomAnonGuy (01/10/2014) [-]
I've seen you around and I think this is the first thing we've ever agreed on, to some extent.
I mean, I can kind of see why copyright exists. It'd suck to be the guy that came up with something only to have some rich guy take your idea and you get squat, and it'd suck for companies to put the funds into researching an idea that their competitors get to use. But it's still ******** .
User avatar #169 to #167 - douthit (01/10/2014) [-]
Yup.

I think the worst aspect of the copyrights that follow from the belief in intellectual property is that big corporations gobble up every patent they can, which gives them no real reason to innovate, but they can instead just sit on their patents. And because of all the red tape and usual government BS, the big guys can afford to buy these patents and fight to keep them in court, while the little guys can't really afford to spend months or years in court or mediation.
User avatar #159 - unncommon (01/10/2014) [-]
The person who wrote this should probably read a book or two...
User avatar #151 - calawesome (01/10/2014) [-]
gonna be honest....when I saw the title I thought he was a hidden Skyrim character.
User avatar #148 - wobblewub ONLINE (01/10/2014) [-]
No offense to this Anakata guy but his look is kinda...

creepy...
#142 - userusernameexists (01/10/2014) [-]
>high security prison
>Denmark

pick one
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User avatar #163 to #143 - alphavsomega (01/10/2014) [-]
**alphavsomega starts to say something along the lines of "I saw you-" but is cut off by a penguin snapping his neck from behind**
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#139 - anonymous (01/10/2014) [-]
than*
User avatar #138 - admin (01/10/2014) [-]
This guy is total trash. He gain access to a database full of personal info and used that data to sell the criminals.

#168 to #138 - anonymous (01/10/2014) [-]
How much for a criminal?
#147 to #138 - allennis (01/10/2014) [-]
"sell the criminals"
#137 - grampian (01/10/2014) [-]
oh no, a criminal is being treated like a criminal. lets start a revolution and break him free. the government is obviously scared enough of us computer folk that they're willing to put us under max security. its not like he committed a major crime and poses a threat to society and government alike forcing them to keep under surveillance to prevent him doing it again.
User avatar #133 - kiershar (01/09/2014) [-]
petition to let him go, if anyone is interested:

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User avatar #172 to #133 - defender (01/10/2014) [-]
Read the damn sticky next time idiot

Here are a few things about this case people forget to mention when they go all up in arms over it:
1, He is not arrested for pirating, its not even one of the charges, he is arrested for hacking into and stealing information from Danish police databases which is a serious ******* offence.
2, He is kept under such conditions to prevent him from compromising evidence by signalling to any co-conspirators or in any other way disrupt the investigation.
3, If found guilty, or when the police is certain that he cannot disrupt the investigation, he will be imprisoned under normal conditions, or since it is IT criminality it will more likely be low-security with no internet.

Get your facts straight before jumping on the damn bandwagon.
User avatar #149 to #133 - lyiat ONLINE (01/10/2014) [-]
Yeah, I'm going to petition to have a black hat who hacked into a police data-base let free.
User avatar #131 - picamix (01/09/2014) [-]
yep just like the 2 rapist only got 8 months prison sentence because they where 16 and the dude who said a distasteful joke on LoL got 8 years. broken system man
User avatar #127 - CHARGERZ (01/09/2014) [-]
The world powers are so scared of the internet. they must have all control and power of it.
User avatar #152 to #127 - darthblam (01/10/2014) [-]
What OP failed to mention was the actual reason why he was arrested.
It has absolutely nothing to do with the pirate bay or his involvement in its work.
User avatar #175 to #152 - CHARGERZ (01/10/2014) [-]
enlighten me.
User avatar #178 to #175 - darthblam (01/10/2014) [-]
Look at the stickied comment..

He was arrested for stealing police information, that is a big issue no matter where you are.
User avatar #124 - teoferrazzi (01/09/2014) [-]
quotation marks around 'breaking' = hyper fedora mode
#123 - anonymous (01/09/2014) [-]
The thing is, killing ~30 people is less harmful to the system we live in than piracy or hacking into police databases. This f*aggot lordolland lacks fundamental understanding of how anything works.
#122 - callmeribs (01/09/2014) [-]
As a musician, I really don't like this website. It's making it harder and harder to be successful. I get pirating the huge bands and artists, they're already rich as **** , but kind of ****** up doing it to more underground bands. But hey that's just my opinion
User avatar #166 to #122 - bigsteamingpile (01/10/2014) [-]
To be fair, I hope you make it big. If you're truly good I wouldn't want to deprive you of any of my money. Maybe I'll download something of yours illegally here and there but it's your job to MAKE me want to buy it.

Love ya ribs. Don't ever give up and don't ever give in.
User avatar #165 to #122 - bigsteamingpile (01/10/2014) [-]
So we do away with torrents. We take Youtube down. Any website or app that allows the user to obtain or listen to "free" music. Spotify is no longer free. Pandora no longer free. That old ass site, playlist.com, done. iTunes is no longer allowed to have a "single of the week". You get what I'm saying. Anything and everything "free music" related is nixed. Without Youtube, how exactly do I discover your band? Sure, some **** bands have followed me on twitter and I check them out. But that's one outlet and as far as I know, you guys havent followed me. This isn't the "good old days" where people just listen to the radio endlessly.

My advice? Put on a hell of a show. Sell out at every arena, bar, gig that you have. Just be damn good. I downloaded lots of Blink-182 music through torrents. Just a few days ago I decided I'd buy all their albums to replace the free **** I got. Why? Because they're good and they deserve my monies. Good bands make it, **** bands flop. So just be that good.
#135 to #122 - magerogue (01/10/2014) [-]
I feel ya bro. I'm in a band too, and it's not just pirate bay, torrents didn't even need to exist, because of the internet it's really hard for a band to make profit from an album.
Most musicians nowadays make 90% of their incomes because of live gigs, album sales are the 10% . Youtube is also a big *********** when it comes to selling your product.
#126 to #122 - anonymous (01/09/2014) [-]
Have you taken into consideration that you produce **** music and thats why its hard for you to "make it"?
User avatar #121 - ipartywithpedobear (01/09/2014) [-]
I thought that the PB people where able to avoid these kinds of things because of their success getting "the pirates party" a place in gov't?

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