As part of an ongoing campaign for privacy, PiratPartiet, the Swedish Pirate Party, are giving their backing to a new anonymizing service called Relakks, which, unlike proxies, promises no loss of speed on any internet service – including P2P.
The Pirate Party is working towards three goals: shared culture, free knowledge, and protected privacy.
As part of the fight for privacy, the party aims to win seats in the Swedish parliament in the upcoming national elections in September. This will place them in a position to begin fulfilling an election promise to work on turning the tide against Sweden becoming a surveillance state.
Full article (August 14, 2006): http://www.slyck.com/news.php?story=1263