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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY MARC PREEL (FILES) File photo taken on April 18, 2009 showing supporters of the Pirate Bay website, one of the world's top illegal file sharing websites, demonstrating in Stockholm. Swedish internet users have slowed down illegal downloads after the adoption on April 1 of a stricter law, which has been hailed by the music, film and video industry. Sweden's tough new anti-piracy law has led to a sharp drop in illegal downloading but critics say the effects will be short-lived and argue it is an excessive breach of personal privacy. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX SWEDEN / FREDRIK PERSSON **SWEDEN OUT** (Photo credit should read FREDRIK PERSSON/AFP/Getty Images)
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TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY MARC PREEL (FILES) File photo taken on April 18, 2009 showing supporters of the Pirate Bay website, one of the world's top illegal file sharing websites, demonstrating in Stockholm. Swedish internet users have slowed down illegal downloads after the adoption on April 1 of a stricter law, which has been hailed by the music, film and video industry. Sweden's tough new anti-piracy law has led to a sharp drop in illegal downloading but critics say the effects will be short-lived and argue it is an excessive breach of personal privacy. AFP PHOTO / SCANPIX SWEDEN / FREDRIK PERSSON **SWEDEN OUT** (Photo credit should read FREDRIK PERSSON/AFP/Getty Images)
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