Pirate Bay: Law Firm Wins Prestigious Industry Award For Dynamic Blocking Injunction

In the summer of 2020, a long-running case filed by several movie companies against Swedish ISP Telia was concluded in favor of the rights holders. The result was Sweden’s first ‘dynamic’ blocking injunction against The Pirate Bay and several other platforms. The law firm responsible for that victory has now been handed a prestigious industry… Read More Pirate Bay: Law Firm Wins Prestigious Industry Award For Dynamic Blocking Injunction

Swedish professor quits COVID-19 research amid hostility over his findings

A Swedish professor of epidemiology has quit researching COVID-19 after facing fierce backlash over his findings that the illness poses a low threat to children — undermining the political argument that schools can’t reopen. Jonas Ludvigsson, a professor of clinical epidemiology at the Karolinska Institute, said he has lost sleep as a result of the… Read More Swedish professor quits COVID-19 research amid hostility over his findings

Sweden: Christian fired for refusing to take off his cross, hijabs OK

It is unclear whether George Tannouri is right that his was a case of religious discrimination, but there is no doubt that he is correct when he says: “I am tired of how Christians are treated in Sweden. It is more okay to attack our religion than at others.” And why is that? Because to… Read More Sweden: Christian fired for refusing to take off his cross, hijabs OK

Balloon test flight plan under fire over solar geoengineering fears

A proposed scientific balloon flight in northern Sweden has attracted opposition from environmental groups over fears it could lead to the use of solar geoengineering to cool the Earth and combat the climate crisis by mimicking the effect of a large volcanic eruption. In June, a team of Harvard scientists is planning to launch a… Read More Balloon test flight plan under fire over solar geoengineering fears