World’s Unluckiest BitTorrent Pirate Fined But Avoids Jailby Enigmax, TorrentFreak
Feb. 13, 2012
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A man from Sweden, the first in the country to be charged with sharing multiple unauthorized movies using BitTorrent, has been found guilty of copyright infringement. While the man is probably feeling fortunate he didn’t go to prison as prosecutors had demanded, it was by pure chance that he was caught at all – an important detail in this unusual case.