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Pirate Party Starts an ISP

Posted by: , 12:24 AEST, Thu July 22, 2010

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The Swedish Pirate Party has plans to start its own broadband ISP that gives customers that warm fuzzy feeling of being invisible while browsing those risqué sites

The Swedish Pirate Party has plans to start its own broadband ISP that gives customers that warm fuzzy feeling of being invisible while browsing those risqué sites.

The "Pirate ISP" is already beta testing in the city of Lund and all proceeds will be used to fund the group's anti-copyright efforts.

The unexpected news comes shortly after the party revealed a clever plan to protect the popular torrent site, The Pirate Bay, with parliamentary immunity by hosting the site from "inside" the Swedish Parliament. 


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