Artist and Hacktivists Sabotage Spanish Anti-Piracy Law

Artist and Hacktivists Sabotage Spanish Anti-Piracy Law

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Traditionally, Spain has been one of the few countries where courts have affirmed that P2P-sites operate legally. This situation was met with disapproval by the United States Government who behind closed doors proceeded to help the Spanish authorities draft new laws to protect the interests of copyright holders. Threatened with...
Artist and Hacktivists Sabotage Spanish Anti-Piracy Law
                                       

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