The founders of The Pirate Bay are justified in the case of piracy

The court acquitted the founders of the torrent tracker The Pirate Bay in the case of piracy, according to BBC News.

Gottfried Svartholm, Frederic Ney, Peter Sunde and Carl Lundstrom were acquitted by a Belgian court on charges of copyright infringement and use of electronic communication with malice.

Sharing The Pirate Bay was launched in 2003. The site is one of the largest BitTorrent trackers on the Internet. Resource specializes in the placement of the web links to download music, movies and software. The site is often accused of distributing illegal content on the Internet, and access to it is blocked in a number of countries (such as Belgium, the Netherlands and India).

In 2009, the court sentenced the four founders of Stockholm The Pirate Bay, including Svartholma, to one year imprisonment and ordered to pay about 6.9 million dollars compensation for copyright infringement. In particular, Russia Gottfried Svartholma the claims presented several major media companies and film companies. Among them, RTR, “Gazprom-Media”, “Central Partnership”, “Amedia” and others.

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