Fan-Created Subtitle Site Raided By Swedish PoliceTorrentFreak
Jul. 11, 2013
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A new development in the increasingly controversial war against alleged copyright infringement is raising eyebrows in Sweden. Police raided Undertexter.se yesterday, a site which indexes subtitles that have been hand-created by its members. Blaming the United States for the shutdown, the site’s operators are defiant and warn Hollywood that they will never give up. Needless to say, the Pirate Party is outraged.