With the "biggest ever" piracy raid in Sweden's history—taking down a server with "data equivalent to 16,000 movies"—the Swedish Anti-Piracy Agency says they've killed the source of all The Pirate Bay's pirated material.
The raid, launched on a server owned by the Nordic file sharing ring Sunnyvale, actually took place during The Pirate Bay trial of the epoch. The Swedish Anti-Piracy Agency says that by taking down that server, they caused the collapse of the entire 10-server Sunnyvale ring, which put out about 65 terabytes of pirated goods, from games to TV. The Anti-Piracy Agency claimed further they the Sunnyvale ring was in fact the source of all of The Pirate Bay's pirated material. Uh huh.