In their lecture, Piratbyrån speak about the fear of large music archives, about the change in the perception of media and information and their value and significance, about copyright, politics and the ethics of file sharing. They are engaged with current tendencies and specific examples, discuss possible future scenarios and coming possibilities, and provide an insight into their work in this way. Piratbyrån (English: pirate office) is a Swedish group of theoreticians, artists and activists established in 2003 that is concerned with the impact of the profusion of digital information on the creation of cultural meaning, cultural production and the economies of urban life. The Pirate Bay, the largest file sharing website in the world, which is however no longer operated by them, was created by Piratbyrån in 2004. Piratbyrån are: Daniela Alba, Magnus Eriksson, Peter Sunde, Ramus Fleischer, Marcin De Kaminski.