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Re: Kaspersky wants to make Tor illegal and supports a globalized policed internet.

On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 08:35:10AM -0400, Flamsmark wrote:

> I don't really want to stretch this analogy too far, and I certainly don't
> think that it's reasonable to compare people who obtain, share and
> distribute media in ways often suggested to violate local laws; with an
> organised group of armed political activists/terrorists who killed many in
> bombings. Nonetheless, wouldn't Piratpartiet already be the Sinn Fein
> (completely legitimate political arm) to the massive group of sometimes
> self-identified pirates (the legally dubious underground organisation)?

Spoken as a Pirate Party member, that's pure slander.

Among its many goals, Pirate Party does not want to abolish copyright altogether.
However, it definitely wants to change the current status quo, which is 
unacceptable, and hurts both the artists/content producers and consumers.

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