ISPs refuse to shut down Pirate Bay

ISPs refuse to shut down Pirate Bay

Internet service providers refuse to cooperate with an entertainment industry group's demand to shut down The Pirate Bay.

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Swedish press: file sharing still ahead of the law

The law is still way behind filesharing technology, maintain several of Sweden's opinion columnists in the wake of the Pirate Bay verdict yesterday. Many of them see the court's sentencing as surprisingly harsh.

Sweden to boycott UN racism conference

Sweden to boycott UN racism conference

Sweden will not send any ministerial officials to the UN conference on racism in Geneva on Monday, said Swedish Integration Minister Nyamko Sabuni.

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Covert Facebook contacts seek Swedish military secrets

Swedish soldiers deployed in Afghanistan have been contacted via Facebook in an attempt to glean secret military information, according to Dagens Nyheter newspaper.

Mystery glass in chicken not sabotage

Mystery glass in chicken not sabotage

Investigators at the National Investigation Department (Rikskriminalen) have ruled out sabotage in several cases where bits of glass were discovered in frozen poultry, as well as in other food products.