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Pirate Bay co-founder Fredrik Neij has been released from prison today. Neij was the last person to serve a custodial sentence handed down after the Pirate Bay trial, marking the end of a controversial chapter in the site's turbulent history. Fredrik Neij, one of The Pirate Bayâ€™s co-founders, was a key operator of the torrent site during its early years. In 2012 Fredrik received a 10-month prison sentencefor his involvement with the notorious site, which he initially avoided. Last November he was eventually arrested by Thai immigration authorities and later transferred to a prison in SkÃ¤nninge, Sweden. Today, Fredrikâ€™s jail term ended and a few hours ago he was released from prison. After serving two-thirds of his ten month prison sentence the 37-year-old was reunited with family and friends. TF spoke with a family member who was kind enough to share some pictures of Fredrik enjoying his newly gained freedom. Based on the pictures below, he is doing quite well. Fredrik is out, enjoying a beer For a while it was uncertain whether Fredrik would be released today. The Swedish authorities questioned whether the time he spent in Thai custody should count towards his sentence, but this dispute was eventually resolved. While Fredrik has been doing relatively well in prison, he clashed with the administration a few times. First, because he wasnâ€™t allowed to print and again after a request to play games on an old Nintendo 8-bit console was denied. In recent months the Pirate Bay co-founder was also accused of hacking and his continued involvement with The Pirate Bay, but these allegations havenâ€™t been made official. With his release Fredrik can put prison life behind him and focus on the future again. It is expected that he will return to his new home country of Laos, where he lives with his wife and kids. Todayâ€™s release marks the end of a controversial chapter in The Pirate Bayâ€™s history, as Carl LundstrÃ¶m, Gottfrid Svartholm, Peter Sunde and Fredrik have all served their sentences. Fredrik enjoying his freedom https://torrentfreak.com/pirate-bay-co-founder-fredrik-neij-released-from-prison-150601/
Former Pirate Bay operator Fredrik Neij can't play games on his Nintendo 8-bit console in prison. The prison denied the request because there's no way to open the box to check it for concealed items, a decision the Pirate Bay operator is now appealing before the administrative court. Fredrik Neij, also known as Tiamo, was one of the key operators of The Pirate Bay and often referred to as one of the siteâ€™s co-founders. In 2010 Fredrik received a prison sentence for his involvement with the notorious site, which he initially avoided. Last November he was eventually arrested by Thai immigration authorities and later transferred to a prison in SkÃ¤nninge, Sweden. Under the circumstances, Fredrik has been doing relatively well. However, prison life lacks distraction and entertainment, not to mention a digital connection to the outside world. To kill time The Pirate Bayâ€™s former operator put in a request to play games on an old Nintendo 8-bit console. Not the most advanced gaming experience, but a real treat for someone with virtually no access to entertainment. Unfortunately, however, Fredrikâ€™s request was outright denied by the prison administration. While gaming isnâ€™t against the rules, they state that thereâ€™s no way to open the box to check it for concealed items. â€œThe console is sealed in such a way that it can not be opened without the machine being destroyed,â€ the prison wrote in a reply. In light of this, the institution canâ€™t implement the necessary control of the game console and it is therefore impossible to ensure that it does not contain prohibited items.â€ Fredrik doesnâ€™t agree with the decision decided to appeal the case before the administrative court. Pirate Bayâ€™s former operator doesnâ€™t believe that a game console from the 80s without any network connectivity poses a threat, and points out that the prison only has to buy a simply screwdriver to check the box. â€œThat the institution lacks a screwdriver which costs 100 kroner can not be considered reasonable,â€ Fredrik writes. â€œOne has to wonder how many other victims there are when all video-game units of the brand Nintendo have the same screwdriver,â€ he adds. This isnâ€™t the first time that Fredrik has appealed a decision from the prison. Earlier this month he filed an appeal after the institution denied a request to print three documents. TF note: The Nintendo case can actually be opened with a pen and a cigarette lighter https://torrentfreak.com/pirate-bays-fredrik-neij-cant-play-nintendo-classics-in-prison-150417/
Former Pirate Bay operator Fredrik Neij, currently the last person serving a site-related sentence, was recently granted access to a tablet to read the details of an ongoing investigation. However, the prison reportedly backpedaled on granting him the right to make printouts, a decision Neij is now appealing before the administrative court. Fredrik Neij, also known as Tiamo, was one of the key operators of The Pirate Bay. In 2010 Fredrik received a prison sentence for his involvement with the notorious site, which he initially avoided. After being on the run for several years he was eventually arrested by Thai immigration authorities late last year, and later transferred to a prison in SkÃ¤nninge, Sweden. While reportedly doing well, prison life has many limitations. Access to technology is limited, for example, but Fredrik recently managed to get a tablet so he could read the details of a preliminary investigation. According to Fredrik, he was also given verbal approval to write text documents on the device and make printouts for personal use, but the prison administration now denies this. In a response the former Pirate Bay operator has now filed an appeal at the Administrative Court. â€œWhen I received the e-reader I specifically asked if I could use it to write letters and make notes in the tabletâ€™s word processing programs. I was told that it would be okay,â€ Fredrik writes. In addition to writing he was also promised that he could make several printouts. â€œThe answer I got was that there wouldnâ€™t be a problem,â€ Neij notes. Printing three files doesnâ€™t seem to be a major issue, especially if the same documents are already available digitally. However, in prison things rarely come easy. The good news for Fredrik is that his prison sentence is half done, and heâ€™s scheduled to be released later this year. Worryingly, however, there are more problems on the horizon. The former Pirate Bay operator is also facing hacking allegations as well as a criminal referral of his ISP, DCP Networks. https://torrentfreak.com/pirate-bays-fredrik-neij-appeals-denial-to-print-in-prison-150409/
Former Pirate Bay operator Fredrik Neij is currently jailed in Sweden after being captured in Thailand last month. However, according to leaked emails, the MPAA believes that the Swede could also face hacking related charges - and it doesn't stop there. One by one the key players behind The Pirate Bay have been captured by police and forced to complete jail sentences previously determined by Swedish authorities. The most recently detained was Fredrik Neij, a key player in the operations of The Pirate Bay right from the very early days of the site. After realizing that his fate in Sweden involved a 10 month jail sentence, Neij fled to Laos in Asia where he lived until recently with this young family. He traveled from Laos into bordering Thailand on many occasions but last month his luck ran out. On November 4, immigration police announced that Neij had been detained while crossing the border into Nong Khai, a city in North-East Thailand. What followed was a very public press conference in which a bewildered looking Neij was paraded before the media while flanked by several officers. But while the rest of the world had to wait until November 4 to hear the news, leaked emails obtained by TorrentFreak show that the Hollywood studios knew about things well in advance. In an email dated the day before Neijâ€™s arrest was made public, the MPAA advised chiefs at Disney, Paramount, Sony, Warner Bros, NBC Universal and FOX of the Swedeâ€™s arrest. But things went deeper than that. Already there had been rumors in Thai media that â€œU.S. movie companiesâ€ had hired a lawfirm to track down Neij and that a house on the island of Phuket plus a bank account containing five million baht ($153,000) had been discovered. Emails seen by TF confirm the MPAAâ€™s involvement, but also that they didnâ€™t want that noticed in public. â€œJan Van Voorn [MPAâ€™s Regional Director for Content Protection] and Neil Gane [former policeman, former AFACT boss, now MPA APIC chief in Asia] are in contact with both Swedish and Thai authorities providing additional assistance,â€ the email reveals. â€œThai Immigration is planning a press conference for tomorrow, November 4. We have alerted our Communications Section, and do not plan to comment to the media.â€ Another email confirmed the MPAâ€™s intention to lie low, but that it might already be too late to hide any involvement. â€œHuge win! Donâ€™t know if hackers will retaliate,â€ an email from a studio begins. â€œMPA is laying low and quiet, but the pirate blogs are attributing the pursuit to movie studios.â€ While a brash affair, the press conference itself revealed few details of Neijâ€™s actual arrest other than the time, place, and what he was wearing. However, the correspondence the MPAA had with the studios reveals they knew quite a bit more. Holding a long-standing belief that Neij was somehow still associated with the running of The Pirate Bay, in 2011 the studios obtained a beefed-up injunction which banned the Swede from being involved with the site. Not only has their mindset remained the same for three years, but the studios also believe that Neij could be on the hook for other offenses too. â€œNeij is facing a 10 month prison sentence in Sweden for his conviction in the Pirate Bay case. Neij may also face new charges for his continuing role in the operation of TPB and two additional charges for computer hacking,â€ the emails read. No additional details on any hacking charges were provided or have been released since, but the MPAA are hopeful that items taken from Neij when he was arrested will provide the clues. â€œTwo laptop computers were seized from Neij at the time of his arrest, and may provide additional evidence against Neij and others in the ongoing TPB investigation in Sweden,â€ the MPAA writes. While an investigation into The Pirate Bay is now obvious following the raid two weeks ago, another MPAA email confirms that a criminal referral was also made against â€œTPB co-founder Frederik Neij and his ISP DCP Networks.â€ Fredrik Neij is currently serving his 10 month Pirate Bay related sentence in a Swedish jail but his arrival there from Thailand was never announced publicly. He is the third key Pirate Bay operational figure to be jailed. Gottfrid Svartholm was the first to be detained after authorities in Cambodia handed him over to Swedish police in 2012. Gottfrid completed his sentence but is currently detained in Denmark following an unrelated hacking case. Peter Sunde was captured by a special police unit on a farm in Sweden during the summer of 2014. Sunde served his sentence and is now a free man, probably traveling around Europe. With the imprisonment of Fredrik Neij the MPAA now have the full set, an achievement they were happy to pat themselves on the back for. â€œAnother excellent example of global cooperation and coordination between our content protection hubs,â€ a November email concludes. http://torrentfreak.com/pirate-bays-fredrik-neij-now-wanted-for-hacking-141224/
Pirate Bay founder Fredrik Neij has been arrested in Asia. Neij had moved to Laos to avoid the jail sentence handed down for his involvement in The Pirate Bay. But, after driving across the border from Laos into Thailand more than two dozen times, the Swede was arrested yesterday by Thai border police executing an Interpol warrant. Following the criminal convictions of Pirate Bay founders Peter Sunde, Gottfrid Svartholm and Fredrik Neij, each went their separate ways. With Sunde in Europe and Svartholm then living in Cambodia, Neij moved to Asia to be with his Lao wife and their children. As documented in the movie TPB:AFK, Neij and his family settled in Laos after getting married in a local ceremony. The country is one of the worldâ€™s few remaining communist states and is one of east Asiaâ€™s poorest countries with poor communications infrastructure and lacking healthcare system. As a result, on several occasions the family has crossed the border into Thailand. That has proven problematic in the past, especially when the Swedish Embassy in Bangkokrevoked Neijâ€™s passport in 2012. Yesterday, however, things took a turn for the worse when police at the border in Nong Khai, a city in North-East Thailand, arrested Neij as he tried to drive across the border. Early this morning Nong Khai Immigration police held a press conference to announce Nejiâ€™s arrest, parading him in front of the media flanked by several officers. Thai border police had executed an Interpol arrest warrant similar to the one issued against Peter Sunde before his arrest in Sweden. According to Thai authorities, Neij and his wife had crossed the border an estimated 27 times before finally being caught. If their press conference is anything to go by, Thai authorities appear to be making a big thing of Neijâ€™s arrest. While trumpeting the alleged damages the Pirate Bay founders have caused the entertainment industries, Thai authorities used the arrest as a photo opportunity, posing for the camera and in some cases even smiling aside a bewildered-looking Neij. The 36-year-oldâ€™s arrest completes the full set, with all Pirate Bay founders now in custody. Gottfrid Svartholm, whose story is particularly well known, had moved to Cambodia. He was extradited back to Sweden in 2012 to face not only his original sentence, but two major hacking trials, one on home soil and the other in Denmark. He was found guilty in the latter last week and is now serving a three-and-a-half year sentence. Peter Sunde is also in custody, having been captured on May 31, 2014 on a farm in SkÃ¥ne, Sweden. The former Pirate Bay spokesmanâ€™s time in prison has also beeneventful, but is very close to coming to an end. Breaking news story, will be updated