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Mikael Viborg, the owner of the Web hosting company PRQ, stands outside the entrance to the basement where servers hosting the Wikileak site are kept in Stockholm, Sweden, Friday Aug. 6, 2010. A Swedish Internet company linked to file-sharing hub the Pirate Bay says it's helping online whistle-blower WikiLeaks release classified documents from servers located in a basement in the Stockholm suburb of Solna. (AP Photo /Fredrik Persson)
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Mikael Viborg, the owner of the Web hosting company PRQ, stands outside the entrance to the basement where servers hosting the Wikileak site are kept in Stockholm, Sweden, Friday Aug. 6, 2010. A Swedish Internet company linked to file-sharing hub the Pirate Bay says it's helping online whistle-blower WikiLeaks release classified documents from servers located in a basement in the Stockholm suburb of Solna. (AP Photo /Fredrik Persson)

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