<a href is illegal?

20 06 2011

The newspapers in Sweden today has got a new top story regarding illegal file sharing. Apparently it’s now illegal to link to streams. I’m still shaking my head here, but WTF? Where is this country going?


You can read the article here. If you don’t understand swedish, you can read an english translation here.


I’m guessing that the journalists have just copied some stupid text. Anyone know if he really just had links to streams or if he was running the streams?


RIP PirateTorrents

13 06 2011

Another swedish based tracker bites the dust. Next up to shut down due to the risk of being busted is a tracker called PirateTorrents.nu. PirateTorrents was a little bit bigger than XNT, so it’s totally understandable. RIP!

What will happen now?

9 06 2011

Since we haven’t heard much from the police after being released, much of the information in this post is speculations. Anyhow, we’ll have to assume that the police is running an investigation. Since they confiscated almost 10 computers in this bust it’s probably going to take a while. For the time being, we are living life as usual. Minus all the tracker stuff of course.


We have been told that there will be further questioning carried out after the summer. Does everyone in the police force working our case take a 10 week vacation during the summer? 🙂 I know I’ll be working for the most part of the summer.


After the summer, who knows what will happen? These sort of cases often take a lot of time to investigate and many of them are discontinued after some time. Others lead to a trial and a conviction. But for the time being, we don’t know what’s going to happen.


Our IRC channel is still online if you want to chat with other former members, it’s located at irc.zenet.org and the channel is called #xnt.

The 25th of May 2011

9 06 2011

On the 25th of May 2011 another one of our staff members were brought in for questioning. After the police carried out a house search in his apartment and the questioning was over he was released.


After that our first staff member was also released.

The 24th of May 2011

9 06 2011

On the morning of the 24th of May 2011 the swedish police knocked on the door belonging to one of our staff members. He was brought in for questioning and then placed in lock-up for the night. During questioning the police carried out a house search and confiscated computers, digital cameras, phones etc.