The Pirate Bay, a popular BitTorrent tracking site, has launched a blogging service where bloggers won't have to fear censorship, according to TorrentFreak.
The new blogging site, dubbed BayWords, is powered by Wordpress and will eventually make money off ads.
Brokep, one of the founders of The Pirate Bay, told blog TorrentFreak that the group decided to launch BayWords after a friend's Wordpress blog was removed for linking to copyrighted material.
"Many blogs are being shut down for uncomfortable thoughts and ideas," the group wrote on the BayWords home page. "We will not do that. Our goal is to protect freedom of speech and your thoughts. As long as you don't break any Swedish laws in your blog, we will defend it."
While you can use the blog to write about whatever you want, that doesn't mean that everyone will be able to read it. In February, a Danish court ordered a Danish ISP to block access to The Pirate Bay, and Chinese authorities block access to content regularly.
The group also faces a possible lawsuit from musical artist Prince over copyright issues.