As if his financial issues couldn't get any worse, the CEO of Global Gaming Factory suffered yet another humiliating setback yesterday. After a tax debt of more of $110,000 went unpaid, enforcement officers swooped last night, repossessing Hans Pandeya's car and a motorcycle.
Peerialism, the company set to provide the revolutionary P2P technology behind the new Pirate Bay, has announced that it is doubtful that it will do any business with Global Gaming Factory. GGF are supposed to buy Peerialism, but CEO Johan Ljungberg said that's doubtful since the company has no money.
Herbert Rusche, the co-founder of the German Green Party and former member of the German Parliament, has joined the Pirate Party. Rusche praises the party for its open structure and its efforts to protect people’s privacy and fundamental rights. Those issues, he says, are the ones established parties fail to…
Henrik Pontén, lawyer for Sweden's Anti-Piracy Bureau (Antipiratbyrån), is celebrating following the seizure of a server containing around 10,000 movies. He is describing the haul as the biggest ever in Sweden's history, probably the largest in Europe, and set to disrupt supplies to The Pirate Bay.
In a press conference a few minutes ago, GGF CEO Hans Pandeya confirmed that the Pirate Bay acquisition will go through. Earlier today the financing and legalization plan was presented to the shareholders, who unanimously decided to give the acquisition the green light.
Just hours before Global Gaming Factory (GGF) is scheduled to acquire The Pirate Bay, the company says it has lost several investors due to all the media controversy surrounding the deal. Meanwhile the equity marketplace Aktietorget suspended trading in GGF's stock until further notice.
This week the latest news in the Digital Britain debate caused a wave of protests as it was revealed the government is considering disconnecting Internet users on allegations of copyright infringement. TorrentFreak caught up with a British independent film company to gauge their response to the news.
Last week, following the availability of a torrent carrying a large backup of The Pirate Bay, the admin of BTArena became the first to turn it back into a working website. Now, a representative of Romania's answer to the RIAA has contacted TorrentFreak informing us that they have begun legal…