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Topsites confiscated in Swedish ISP swoop. by Dreamkatcha

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Operation Bahnhof (March 2005). "the company and 'phoning home' with information relating to four of Europe's largest topsites, three of which have been identified as Artic Connexion (193.16.97.157), Enigma CD (193.16.97.63) and Infinite Power (193.16.97.145).".
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Topsites confiscated in Swedish ISP swoop
Saturday, March 12, 2005 by dreamkatcha

On Thursday the anti-piracy division of the Swedish Enforcement 
Administration, aka Antipiratbyran, raided the Stockholm offices of 
Bahnhof.se at the behest of the Swedish Performing Rights Society, which 
protects the interests of entertainment big wigs EMI, Sony and 
Universal.

Antipiratbyran agents engineered the raids by infiltrating the company 
and 'phoning home' with information relating to four of Europe's largest 
topsites, three of which have been identified as Artic Connexion 
(193.16.97.157), Enigma CD (193.16.97.63) and Infinite Power 
(193.16.97.145).

Copyright enforcement officers had been instructed to scour the servers 
specifically for four movies and eight music albums. Although they were 
unable to locate the target intellectual property, they were not 
disappointed; upon inspection, the servers were found to contain 23 
terabytes worth of bootleg material. The seizure comprised 5000 software 
titles, 1800 movies and 450,000 MP3 music files.
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