Italian Pirate Party

The Italian Pirate Party (Italian: Partito Pirata Italiano, PPIT) is a political party in Italy, founded on 16 September 2006, modelled on the Pirate Party of Sweden, founded earlier that year. It supports reform of copyright and patent law, privacy and freedom of expression.[4]

Italian Pirate Party
Partito Pirata Italiano
SecretaryMaria Rosaria lo Muzio
TreasurerEmmanuele Somma
GuarantorAldo A. Pazzaglia
Founded16 September 2006
NewspaperPiratpartiet Diritti Digitali[1]
IdeologyPirate politics
Freedom of information[2]
Anti-fascism[2]
Republicanism[2]
National affiliationThe Other Europe (2014)[3]
European affiliationEuropean Pirate Party
International affiliationPirate Parties International
ColoursOrange, white and black
SloganDemocrazia – Trasparenza – Diritti digitali
Website
www.partito-pirata.it

The party was a founding member of Pirate Parties International[5] and of European Pirate Party.[6]

In December 2007 the Pirate Party published its first number of the newspaper "PiratPartiet Diritti digitali" under Creative Commons license.[1]


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