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Steal This Show S02E12: ‘How The Internet Broke Politics’

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    [​IMG]If you enjoy this episode, consider becoming a patron and getting involved with the show. Check out Steal This Show’s Patreon campaign: support us and get all kinds of fantastic benefits!

    In this episode, we meet Peter Sunde, co-founder of The Pirate Bay. We discuss how he survives under the huge (and growing) fines placed on him after The Pirate Bay trials in Sweden, and find out that all may not be what it seems in the world of pirate fines

    We also hear why Peter got into an argument with Creative Commons founder Larry Lessig – and whether Trump could be a good thing for world politics. How 4Chan, Anonymous and Wikileaks became players on the political stage, and how to survive in a world hitting ‘peak information.’

    Finally, we return to the thorny issue of how to get creators paid in the emerging media landscape. Will we need a Universal Basic Income? Or does this just equate to a return to class society?



    Steal This Show aims to release bi-weekly episodes featuring insiders discussing copyright and file-sharing news. It complements our regular reporting by adding more room for opinion, commentary, and analysis.

    The guests for our news discussions will vary, and we’ll aim to introduce voices from different backgrounds and persuasions. In addition to news, STS will also produce features interviewing some of the great innovators and minds.

    Host: Jamie King

    Guest: Peter Sunde


    Produced by Jamie King
    Edited & Mixed by Riley Byrne
    Original Music by David Triana
    Web Production by Siraje Amarniss

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