While the IFPI is rejoicing, so are pirates. The Pirate Party, a Swedish political group geared towards re-legalizing the sharing of music and move files believes that the fine-only punishment has set an important precident. The party claims that finding file-sharers will be more difficult for Swedish police because now internet records may only be accessed in cases where the crime carries a jail sentence. In the end casual downloader’s may be deterred from file-sharing, but hard-core pirates haven't even blinked an eye.
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