Pirate Party recorded a huge increase in members, so also in the Regierungsbezirk Swabia now also in and around Augsburg the Pirate Party Germany since the beginning of this year. To give a solid base of political work are on 16 August the District Association founded in Swabia and proceed in the region of Swabia. The pirates want more government transparency rather than to create the transparent citizen and to new risks to our security with new laws under the pretext of the fight against of crime. Also the Pirate Party aims, new monopolies, especially in the area of intellectual property rights, such as patents, trademarks and copyright to prevent. The pirates are convinced that allows this a modern and free information and knowledge-based society for Germany and all of Europe.
Poses the key issues set out in the program of principles the political work: the copyright law, patent law and the complex data protection, privacy and government transparency. In our opinion is the implementation of our Claims have a liberating and stimulating effect on the entire economy and society. The Pirate Party of Germany was founded in the wake of a new democracy and civil rights in Europe. The 2006 formed Pirate Party in Sweden has its origins. There, she moved to the vote with more than 7% in the European Parliament and is the country’s third largest party with more than 50,000 members. Meanwhile, the pirates also with more than 5,000 members and regional associations in all 16 federal States in Germany are represented. Inaugural meeting of the Association of district Swabia: when: August 16, 2009, 14:00 where: Guest House 1516 “Viktoriastrasse 1, 86150 Augsburg, responsible for the content of this press release: Fritz Effenberger, Martin Taukovic responsible for sending this press release: Gerd Gard press contact: Gerd Gard mail address: phone number: + 49 176 873 288 13 the Pirate Party Germany (pirate) deals with the critical issues of the 21st century. The right the basic objectives of the pirates are on privacy, a transparent management, modernization of copyright, free culture, free knowledge and free communication.