Sweden Ordered Pirate Bay Founder's Arrest, Cambodia Mulls OptionsTorrentFreak
Sep. 03, 2012
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Following the arrest of Gottfrid Svartholm this week it has now been confirmed that Cambodian police acted on a request from the Swedish government. Since there is no extradition treaty between the two countries Cambodian authorities say they are now considering their options on how to deal with the situation. Today TorrentFreak spoke with someone who was processed through the Cambodian deportation system to see what could lie in store for the Pirate Bay co-founder.