viernes, 17 de abril de 2009

Piratería - II

Los fundadores suecos del sitio de búsqueda de torrents, The Pirate Bay, han sido condenados a un año de prisión. No obstante, la lucidez de parte de los acusados se mantiene solemnemente. Vean este fragmento:
"Stay calm – nothing will happen to TPB, us personally or filesharing whatsoever. This is just a theatre for the media," said Peter Sunde Kolmisoppi over his Twitter account upon learning of the verdict. Kolmisoppi has since addressed press at an online conference attended by the BBC, going on to say, "It's serious to actually be found guilty and get jail time. It's really serious. And that's a bit weird.
"It's so bizarre that we were convicted at all and it's even more bizarre that we were as a team. The court said we were organised. I can't get Gottfrid out of bed in the morning. If you're going to convict us, convict us of disorganised crime."

La noticia entera, cortesía de ign.com. Y para mi posición resumida sobre la piratería en todas sus formas, vean el banner que está al final del blog, ese rosadito.