Day four of the Pirate Bay trial was largely procedural, but with such a merry band of swashbuckling geeks involved, it wasn't without some excitement. And some of it came at Windows users' expense.
When defendant Fredrik Neij was questioned regarding the relationship Oded Daniel, an advertiser, had with the technical aspects of the Pirate Bay, he assured the prosecution that Daniel was not involved. "No, he's not good at that. He uses Windows, so..." said Neij. At which point all of the bloggers in the live feed room next door burst into laugher, which could be heard in the otherwise silent courtroom. Oh snap indeed.
But in other news, apparently the IFPI's website (the international RIAA-like org who is the plaintiff in the case) has been the target of sympathetic Pirate Bay hackers. Bay founder Peter Sunde was quite adamant about putting a stop to this, understandably.
Oh, and if you want to know what it's like inside the Bay's bus, this video from inside will do just that. Bonus if you speak Swedish.