Trigger warning: The first post is notably paranoid (the poster appears not to grasp the difference between the text of a law and the way it is applied, confuses the law with a computer program, and assumes that judges have no discretion), but some of its comments devolve into frothing anti-semitism.
(If this is Falkvinge's normal degree of paranoia, and his usual commentariat, my liking for the Pirate Party has gone down several notches. I assumed they were basing their policy positions on the actual rank injustices seen throughout the 'intellectual property' system, but it appears I was wrong: paranoia is the order of the day over there. Note that the UK government has never prosecuted anyone under RIPA for refusing to provide encryption keys to files full of astronomical noise, and if they tried to do so the judge would laugh them out of court. They know this, so they don't try. RIPA is unjust and hateful enough that puffing it up with hyperbole like this should be unnecessary and only damages the anti-RIPA position.)