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The Pirate Bay's Peter Sunde: 'They can't take my soul'

Daniel Goldberg, Linus Larsson | Feb. 19, 2013
Peter Sunde was the poster boy for the file sharing movemen, then he was sentenced to eight months prison and fined millions of dollars

FACT BOX: The Pirate Bay founders

Peter Sunde, alias Brokep

*Sentenced to eight months in jail, yet to be served.

*Former spokesperson for The Pirate Bay

*Divides his time between MalmAP, Berlin and Gdansk

*Founded the online payments startup Flattr

*Claims no ongoing affiliation with The Pirate Bay

Fredrik Neij, alias Tiamo

*Sentenced to 10 months in jail, yet to be served

*Currently residing in Laos

*Declared himself bankrupt in 2012

*Still the registered owner of the Pirate Bay domain name

Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, alias Anakata

*Did not show up for the Royal Court hearing

*Sentenced to one year in prison, now being served

*Arrested in Phnom Penh, Cambodia during fall 2012 and transported back to Sweden. Now under investigation in a separate hacking and fraud case.

Carl LundstrAPm

*Multi-millionaire residing in Switzerland

*Charged with being the main financier behind The Pirate Bay

*Sentenced to four months in prison. Served his jail time at home, with an electronic tag

*Declared himself bankrupt in 2012

*In the past, has been tied to right-wing-extremist groups


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