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Staying Current In a Small Office Environment?

Caine Re:read slashdot (57 comments)

What universe did you read Slashdot in? I'd say that both the articles and the comments have been similar the entire time. In fact, if anything, the comments have gotten slightly better (to my surprise).

more than 6 years ago



Caine Caine writes  |  about 8 years ago

Caine (784) writes "A 29-year old Swede, who was the first to be convicted under last years new file-sharing laws, have been cleared by a higher instance. The Svea court of appeal did not consider the screen dumps provided by the Antipiracy Bureau enough evidence to be able to convict the man. Since the crime does not carry a high enough punishment under Swedish law to allow for a search of the defendant's house, this means it will be virtually impossible to prove file-sharing crimes in the future."


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