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Internet traffic in Sweden plummets on first day of law banning web piracy | Technology | guardian.co.uk

Internet traffic in Sweden - previously a hotbed of illicit filesharing - has fallen dramatically in the first day of a new law banning online piracy.

The country - home to the notorious Pirate Bay website, whose founders are awaiting a court judgment on whether they have broken the law by allowing people to find films, games and music for illicit downloads - has previously been seen as a haven for filesharing, in which people can get copyrighted content for free.

As many as one in 10 Swedes is thought to use such peer-to-peer services.

by In Wales (inwales aaat eurotrib.com) on Thu Apr 2nd, 2009 at 03:36:27 PM EST
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The **AA's have stopped uploading and seeding fake/trap files into the P2P scene?
by paving on Thu Apr 2nd, 2009 at 04:53:56 PM EST
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