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Susan K. Sell, Private Power,  Public Law: The Globalization of Intellectual Property Rights.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003.

Sweden's pirate party

Wikipedia: Pirate Party (Sweden)

Miaoran Li,  "The Pirate Party and the Pirate Bay: How the Pirate Bay Influences Sweden and International Copyright Relations,"  21 Pace International Law Review 281, 2009.

Jonas Anderson,  "For the Good of the Net: The Pirate Bay As a Strategic Sovereign,"   Cultural Machine,  Volume 10: 2009.

Henry Chu,  "Sweden's Pirate Party Battles Web Laws,"   Los Angeles Times,  27.12.09.

"Swedish Pirate Party gains votes in European elections,"   The Independent,  08.06.09.

Marie Demker,  A New Era of Party Politics in a Globalised World. The Concept of Virtue Parties,  University Of Gothenburg: The Quality of Government Institute, September 2008.

Quinn Norton,  "A Nation Divided Over Piracy,"   Wired,  17.08.06.

Quinn Norton,  "Secrets of the Pirate Bay,"   Wired,  16.08.06.

Quinn Norton,  "Pirate Bay Bloodied But Unbowed,"   Wired,  06.06.06.

Ann Harrison,  "The Pirate Bay: Here To Stay?,"   Wired,  13.03.06.

"Sweden Convicts First File-Sharer,"   BBC News  25.11.05.

"click wrap" licenses and the uniform commercial code

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Pamela Samuelson,  "Legally Speaking: Does Information Really Want to be Licensed?,"  41  Communications of the ACM  9, September 1998.

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