"The new technology has brought society to a crossroads. The only way to enforce today's unbalanced copyright laws is to monitor all private communications over the Internet. Today's copyright regime cannot coexist with an open society that guarantees the right to private communication."The darknet service costs €5.00 ($6.36) per month and is provided by a Swedish company called Relakks, which assigns "neutral" IPs to users through a 128-bit encrypted virtual private network connection. Of course, the Pirate Party doesn't say whether potential lawsuits against Relakks could force the service to divulge IP records and expose the identity of users.
"Until we have changed the laws to ensure that citizens' right to privacy is respected, we have a moral obligation to protect the citizens from the effects of the current routine surveillance," Falkvinge continues. "This is our technical means to do just that."