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‘First’ Pirate Bay Server on Permanent Display in Computer Museum [via Web History Community Group]

From: Max Froumentin <maxf@webfoundation.org>
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2013 21:24:30 +0000
To: public-webhistory@w3.org
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An (arguably) important part of Web history exhibited in a museum. From the
article: The Pirate Bay is one of the best known file-sharing brands and in less
than a decade the site has well-earned its place in computer history. The
Computer Museum in Linköping has a section dedicated to 50 years of
file-sharing and one [...]



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