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It’s official: WikiLeaks and Sweden’s Pirate Party ink a hosting deal

Slashdot passes on news that Julian Assange, the controversial WikiLeaks chief, has just sealed a hosting deal with Sweden’s Pirate Party that would help protect the whistleblower Web site: Assange on his turn recognized that his organization is fighting for much of the same ideals as the Pirate Party, and said that there might be ...

Slashdot passes on news that Julian Assange, the controversial WikiLeaks chief, has just sealed a hosting deal with Sweden's Pirate Party that would help protect the whistleblower Web site:

Assange on his turn recognized that his organization is fighting for much of the same ideals as the Pirate Party, and said that there might be more joint projects between the two outfits in the future. “We see more opportunities down the road in cooperating with the Pirate Party and look forward to exploring those options,” Assange noted.

For photos of the event, which appears to have taken place in a pub, check out TorrentFreak's full coverage here.

Slashdot passes on news that Julian Assange, the controversial WikiLeaks chief, has just sealed a hosting deal with Sweden’s Pirate Party that would help protect the whistleblower Web site:

Assange on his turn recognized that his organization is fighting for much of the same ideals as the Pirate Party, and said that there might be more joint projects between the two outfits in the future. “We see more opportunities down the road in cooperating with the Pirate Party and look forward to exploring those options,” Assange noted.

For photos of the event, which appears to have taken place in a pub, check out TorrentFreak’s full coverage here.

Brian Fung is an editorial researcher at FP.

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