Another one bites the dust ..http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-29895123
Hans Fredrik Lennart Neij, known to hackers as TiAMO, was detained in the north-eastern Thai town of Nong Khai.
Neij had been living in Laos since 2012 and travelled nearly 30 times to Thailand, where he has a house on the resort island of Phukat, Maj Gen Eimsaeng added.
He was subject to an international warrant after he was convicted in 2009 of aiding copyright infringement. The 36-year-old Swede was convicted by a Swedish court five years ago.
The Pirate Bay, which offers an expansive list of links to pirated content, is one of the world's most-visited sites.
After the recent news coverage regarding the jailing of Gottfried this is not good news for Pirate Bay users as Fredrik is suspected of being the one still operating the site. I think its mostly automated these days and theres no tracker to worry about but I suspect with all of the group in the "clink" we might see some unexpected issues arise in the shape of underhand moves by the copyright lobby who are not above paying bribes or receiving stolen property.