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Sc00bs
Brisbane, Queensland
5697 posts
http://blogs.forbes.com/andygreenberg/2010/10/19/pirates-in-the-sky-filesharers-want-to-build-weather-balloon-hosted-download-site/

Updated with clarifications from Pirate Party US legal advisor Andrew Norton regarding the term “copyright infringement” and PPI’s lack of direct connections to Wikileaks and filesharing sites. It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s an anarchic, copyright-flouting peer-to-peer filesharing site hosted from a high-altitude balloon.


http://blogs-images.forbes.com/andygreenberg/files/2010/10/copyleftblimp1-300x225.jpg

haha sounds interesting
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HerbalLizard
Brisbane, Queensland
4555 posts
03:34pm 21/10/10 Permalink
Sc00bs
Brisbane, Queensland
5699 posts

http://www.forbes.com/2010/02/02/hackers-cybercrime-cryptography-technology-security-satellite.html

Using less than $75 in tools, Nve, a researcher with security firm S21Sec, says that he can intercept Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) signals to get free high-speed Internet.


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teq
Brisbane, Queensland
8940 posts
sounds like it will never take off
03:44pm 21/10/10 Permalink
Trauma
Melbourne, Victoria
917 posts
Clearly not grounded in reality.
03:56pm 21/10/10 Permalink
Plasma
1176 posts
That is hilarious. MPAA will soon own a fleet of fighter jets.
04:54pm 21/10/10 Permalink
HerbalLizard
Brisbane, Queensland
4559 posts
Maybe the first movie that they can pirate could be http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0427229/
04:56pm 21/10/10 Permalink
WetWired
Brisbane, Queensland
5007 posts
these crazy kids with their head in the clouds
06:22pm 21/10/10 Permalink
Midda
Brisbane, Queensland
5676 posts
Sounds far-fetched, but hey, the sky's the limit.
07:32pm 21/10/10 Permalink
Jimbo
Brisbane, Queensland
517 posts
which high flyer thought up this idea?
08:13pm 21/10/10 Permalink
konstie
Melbourne, Victoria
1597 posts
these crazy kids with their head in the clouds


i get it!
10:35pm 21/10/10 Permalink
konstie
Melbourne, Victoria
1598 posts
these crazy kids with their head in the clouds


i get it!


Ohhh NOW i get it.
10:36pm 21/10/10 Permalink
Jim
Brisbane, Queensland
11986 posts
seems like this could easily be thwarted by a conveyor belt
10:43pm 21/10/10 Permalink
Dazhel
Gold Coast, Queensland
2367 posts
“We plan to use some kind of balloon and try to keep it up in the air for as long as possible,” writes a Swedish engineer named Erik Lönroth, “Hopefully irritating the crap out of authorities in as many countries as possible.”


Oh no! If only the countries out there with major intellectual property interests had access to anti-aircraft technology and were capable of global force projection! Those wily pirates have outwitted everyone...

Also spotted this earlier
http://torrentfreak.com/pirate-parties-plan-to-shoot-torrent-site-into-orbit-101020/


What I don't get is, if they think they can raise enough cash to send a f*****g satellite into orbit, why not just BUY those dvds instead of downloading them?
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Insom
Brisbane, Queensland
3613 posts
oh the humanity!
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