Pirate Bay man arraigned

After holding him for six months without trial, a Swedish court indicted Gottfrid "anakata" Svartholm Warg on hacking charges.

Google attempts to censor the Swedish language

Google is reportedly interfering with the Swedish language - putting pressure on the Language Council not to include "ogooglebar" in its yearly list of new words.

Swedish engineers claim nanowire breakthrough in solar cell research

Researchers from Lund University in Sweden have successfully demonstrated how nanowires could potentially be used to pave the way for more efficient and cheaper solar cells.

Sony slashes jobs to streamline smartphone supply chain

Sony's announced plans to cut 1,000 jobs from its handset division, Sony Mobile - one in seven of its workforce.

WikiLeaks founder fears US espionage charges


Author-activist David Swanson believes WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will ultimately be handed over to the United States where he will be tried for espionage.

WikiLeaks founder braces for extradition

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is one step closer to being extradited to Sweden after the UK supreme court rejected an appeal to re-open the controversial case.



WikiLeaks founder in heated extradition battle

Julian Assange is pulling out all the stops to prevent his pending extradition to Sweden where the WikiLeaks founder faces charges of sexual assault. 



Assange fights extradition as US eyes WikiLeaks founder

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was recently granted 14 days by a British court to challenge his pending extradition to Sweden where he faces charges of sexual assault. 



The Pirate Bay down as court appeal fails

Sweden's Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal by the founders of The Pirate Bay, meaning their jail sentences and fines are now final.

Pirate Bay founders lose final appeal, face penalties

It is the end of the line for Pirate Bay founders Peter Sunde Fredrik Neij, Gottfrid Svartholm, and Carl Lundstrom.

Sweden recognizes file sharing as official religion

They're tolerant folk in Sweden - and if you want proof, here comes the news that file sharing is now an official religion there.

Assange loses extradition appeal

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange this morning lost his appeal against extradition to Sweden over charges of rape and sexual molestation.

Confusion reigns over LulzSec arrest

Earlier this week, British police triumphantly announced the arrest of "Topiary," a hacker linked to both Anonymous and LulzSecurity.

Nanofluid tapped to cool servers

Scientists at Sweden's Institute of Technology have developed a nanofluid solution that could eventually be used to cool massive data centers and server farms.

ISPs across Europe raided in file-sharing investigation

Police forces across Europe conducted raids this morning on the premises of ISPs and private individuals over suspicions that they were illegaly file-sharing.

Pirate Party comes to Wikileaks' aid

Sweden's Pirate Party has offered to host several new Wikileaks servers and provide bandwidth for free.