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Europe's high court says ISPs can hand over alleged pirate data

The European Court of Justice says that Sweden's laws have no barriers in place that would preclude an ISP from sharing an alleged pirates' data with rightsholders.

By April 19, 2012


Swedish ISPs vow to erase users' traffic data

In more fallout from a Swedish antipiracy law that went into effect April 1, some of the country ISPs say they will erase IP data to protect their customers' privacy.

By April 28, 2009


Fund will help alleged Swedish pirates hit by new law

Pirate Bay spokesperson and Swedish politicians create fund to help alleged pirates fight accusations after the passage of new antipiracy law. The first case tried gets resistance from ISP.

By April 23, 2009


Swedish antipiracy law: Traffic down, ISP rebels

Internet traffic dropped by almost half after a new antipiracy law went into effect in Sweden, but a loophole could take the teeth out of the law.

By April 17, 2009


Net traffic down on first day of Swedish antipiracy law

The same day the new law goes into effect, Internet traffic is down considerably and five audio book publishers go after an alleged illegal file sharer in court.

By April 1, 2009


Swedish antipiracy law stirs up political waters

In a country with a strong tradition of peer-to-peer networks, a new law requiring some ISPs to hand over data on alleged pirates is a hot-button issue.

By March 31, 2009