Pirates May Seize Parliament Seat

Sweden has taken a card out of America's playbook: the Piratpartiet, or Pirate Party, may land its first seat in European Parliament on the strength of Internet campaigning. The three-year-old party doesn't even have headquarters, but it has catalyzed a youth movement online using issues of copyright laws and personal privacy. Turnout is historically low in these elections, and according to new polls, Swedes are still unsure of how they'll vote in Sunday's elections.