This should not be a out of the blue news as Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid SvartholmWarg is about to spend some time in the brig. Sources reports that a Swedish court has sentenced Svartholm Warg to two years in prison for his role in hacking into Logica, a company carrying out work for local tax authorities.”
This seems to be an interesting topic with all the PRISM outbreak and wiki leak secrets law should be equally maintained for all;having said that some ethical parameters should be maintained to bring over all justification into process. Things could get even worse for The Pirate Bay co-founder in the coming months as well, since he also faces even more serious hacking charges in Denmark, where officials allege that he hacked into the country’s driver’s license database and its social security database and exposed the email accounts and passwords of thousands of government officials and law enforcement officers.
Svartholm Warg, who in 2009 was convicted of violating copyright laws for his role in founding The Pirate Bay, could face up to six years in prison if found guilty of the Denmark hacking charges.