Comments: 1026 • Responses: 45 • Date: 2012-05-06 07:08:28 UTC
isoHunt515 karma2012-05-06 07:26:04 UTC
Aren't they the same thing? How about a reluctant revolutionary trying to tell the amoral empire to wake up
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isoHunt511 karma2012-05-06 08:22:50 UTC
Good times, matey.
isoHunt429 karma2012-05-06 07:27:42 UTC
Both. I'm not for their antics for utter disregard of copyright (http://static.thepiratebay.se/dreamworks_response.txt), we follow the DMCA. But I respect much of the policies of the Pirate Parties, and their recent book advocating shortening of copyright terms and sane copyright law reform, but not abolishment.
And as a search engine, we index .torrent links from hundreds of websites, including TPB. We don't discriminate websites regardless of politics as .torrent links are user generated from across the Web.
isoHunt374 karma2012-05-06 07:38:52 UTC
As long as the uncensored and unrestricted Internet exists.
isoHunt240 karma2012-05-06 07:32:59 UTC
We have lawyers in both Canada and the US genuinely excited about what our 2 cases mean, as our case is complicated but precedent setting. Having big cases is somewhat a good thing it turns out. We also have some academic support, and will especially need more with our Canadian case arguing the constitutional issues.
isoHunt215 karma2012-05-06 08:20:55 UTC
isoHunt215 karma2012-05-06 07:20:07 UTC
Notice to take down some torrents from MS, just because they were the first (in 2004 I believe). We get all sorts of requests since then and one isn't really worse than another until Hollywood actually sued.
isoHunt209 karma2012-05-06 08:28:54 UTC
Hah, poetic justice
isoHunt145 karma2012-05-06 08:54:57 UTC
You. We are legion. (not that I'm endorsing a certain hacker collective)
isoHunt141 karma2012-05-06 11:48:35 UTC
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