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But on Monday, Sweden's Patent and Market Court of Appeal decided that the ISP should be forced to prevent its customers from accessing the website, as well as streaming site Swefilmer, through denying access to specific domain names and web addresses. It is extremely difficult to block access to sites.Bredbandsbolaget head Jonas Jegerborn called the verdict a "surprise" and insisted that putting it into practice will be a technical challenge. We need to analyze in detail what it really means for us," he told news agency TT.The party had a set line-up with artists, scenes and so on, instead of just asking the people coming to bring the content. Visst, det är inte samma kämpar-glöd längre som förr när sidan stängts. Er sei kein Fan von dem, was aus The Pirate Bay wurde. After the data center raid, one of the Pirate Bay’s original cofounders, Peter Sunde, lamented what the site had become—stagnant and full of racy advertisements.Everything went against the ideals that I worked for during my time as part of TPB. The original team handed it over to, well, less soul-ish people to say the least. That time, a lot of people went out to protest and rally in the streets. And I’m one of them,’ he writes in his recent blog post.
Village Roadshow and Foxtel launched the legal action in February in an attempt to make use of new piracy laws.
"Piracy does great damage to Australia's content creating industries and we were delighted that the government and parliament recognised this by passing these new legislative provisions last year," Foxtel chief executive Peter Tonagh said in a statement.
In November 2015 Stockholm's district court judged that copyright holders could not make Swedish broadband provider Bredbandsbolaget block its customers from accessing The Pirate Bay, a decision then considered a landmark ruling.
"This follows EU law, and Swedish law should be interpreted in accordance to EU law.
Similar orders have already been delivered in Denmark, Finland, France and the UK among others, but today's ruling is the first of its kind in Sweden," judge Christine Lager explained in a press release.