Website back after Swedish raids

Monday, 5 June 2006, 12:52 AM EST

A website accused of directing users to pirated films, music and software has reopened days after Swedish authorities shut it down.

One of those operating the Pirate Bay site, Fredrik Neij, told the AFP news agency that it had reopened using servers in the Netherlands.

Swedish police targeted the site last Wednesday, seizing 200 servers.

At the BBC.

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A video of the raid is available here.




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