Cable Reveals Extent Of Lapdoggery From Swedish Govt On Copyright MonopolyRick Falkvinge
Sep. 06, 2011
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Among the treasure troves of recently released WikiLeaks cables, we find one whose significance has bypassed Swedish media. In short: every law proposal, every ordinance, and every governmental report hostile to the net, youth, and civil liberties here in Sweden in recent years have been commissioned by the US government and industry interests.