Pirate Bay laughs off three-pronged legal assault

Tuesday, 27 November 2007, 12:15 AM EST

The Pirate Bay faces three separate legal challenges this holiday season, though site administrators tell Ars that they're not worried by any of the pending cases. A Swedish prosecutor wants to take down the site, though, and Prince has set his lawyers on the same task. We spoke with The Pirate Bay about what's in store for them in the new year.

Most pressing, perhaps, is the news that a Swedish prosecutor soon plans to press charges against the popular BitTorrent search engine. The charges will be filed before January 31, 2008, by prosecutor Håkan Roswall.

At Ars Technica.

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