Filesharing Recognized As A Religion
The church officially became part of Swedish culture last month after its third attempt. But while its supporters say it's a major change in the way filesharing is viewed, others insist it won't change the illegal status of stealing copyrighted material.
Isak Gerson, 19, who formed the church, tells the BBC: "Information is holy and copying is a sacrament. Information holds a value in itself and in what it contains, and the value multiplies through copying. Therefore copying is central for the organisation and its members." more on this story
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