Cambodian police announced the arrest of Gottfried Svarzlm empty one of the founders of the famous Swedish site for file sharing "Pirate Bay" or "Pirate Bay" in Cambodia.
Kirth said Chantarat, Cambodian police spokesman said his arrest "came at the request of the Swedish government on the background (convicted) of a crime related to information technology."
And a blank on the extradition to Sweden, the spokesman said in a statement to Agence France-Presse that there is no extradition agreement with Sweden, "but we will revise our laws to determine how we dealt with this issue."
As newspaper "Aftonbladet" Swedish first Salominson, former lawyer is empty, reportedly confirmed on the arrest of his former client.
Sweden moved against empty after he refused to hand himself over to the implementation of the penalty imposed against him to one year in prison on the back of his website activity involved in the violations of intellectual property rights in 2009.
A Swedish court an international arrest warrant against him, and was arrested by Cambodian authorities in the capital, Phnom Penh.
Was empty and three Akharen of the founders of the site have said earlier that the site is legitimate and operates in accordance with the law.
A Swedish court has convicted empty and the founders of the site, Frederick NIJ and Peter Sandy, and banker Carl Andstroym in this case.
The court sentenced the three founders for a year eased after the appeal filed by the year 2010 to between four and ten months.
The court also obliging them to pay compensation of about seven million dollars because of what the right music and movies companies of damage.
It is worth mentioning that the site activities, "Pirate Bay", which was founded in 2003 and the number of users to reach more than 30 million people around the world, have been blocked widely in Sweden six years ago, is that the site continued to conduct its activities.
The site hosts links to download the software and film and musical materials exchanged by netizens widely regardless of ownership rights.