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[News] Pirate Bay Judge Found to be in a Serial Corruption Situation

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Pirate Bay Judge Accused Of Conflict In Another Case As Well

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| So now they've turned up another recent case (article in Swedish, here's the 
| Google translation), this time involving BMW, where the judge appears to have 
| been connected to the lawyers representing BMW as well.  


IFPI Goes After Torrent Site Hosting Providers

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| In the aftermath of the Pirate Bay verdict, Sweden has witnessed the demise 
| of many other BitTorrent trackers. But not quite enough according to music 
| industry lobby group IFPI, who are now threatening the hosting providers of 
| torrent sites. The host of private BitTorrent tracker TorrentBytes appears to 
| be one of the first targets.    



Pirate Bay Judge Accused of Bias, Calls for a Retrial

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| One of the biggest cases in file-sharing history ended last week with The
| Pirate Bay Four sentenced to huge fines and jail time. Today it is revealed
| that far from being impartial, the judge in the case is a member of
| pro-copyright groups - along with Henrik Pontén, Monique Wadsted and Peter
| Danowsky. There are loud calls for a retrial.


RIAA Brief Attacks Free Software Foundation

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| In their proposed response, the RIAA lawyers personally attacked The Free
| Software Foundation, Ray Beckerman (NewYorkCountryLawyer), and NYCL's
| blog, 'Recording Industry vs. The People'. The 9-page response (PDF) — 4
| pages longer than the document to which it was responding — termed the FSF an
| organization 'dedicated to eliminating restrictions on copying,
| redistribution, and modifying computer programs', and accused the FSF of
| having an 'open and virulent bias against copyrights' and 'blatant bias'
| against the record companies.


RIAA publicly humiliates judge Nancy Gertner

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| Hired RIAA attack lawyers Timothy Reynolds (Holme Roberts & Owen) and Daniel
| Cloherty  (Dwyer & Collora) apparently think it’s perfectly acceptable to
| tell a judge to take a hike.

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