Pirate Bay Founder, Facing Jail Time in Sweden, Can't Stay in Cambodia - Global - The Atlantic Wire
After Cambodian police arrested the Swedish founder of the torrent site Pirate Bay, who was convicted of copyright infringement in 2009, the government there said it would deport him, but it's not sure where to send him first.
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