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Freedom of Information , privacy , copyright and patent reform, transparency of government, education. Politics of Germany Political parties.
According to political theorist Oskar Niedermayer,  the party sees itself as part of an international movement to shape with their term of " digital revolution " which is a circumscription for the transition into information society.
With their focus on freedom in the net and their fight against government regulations of this sphere, they caught the attention especially of the younger generation.
Even if the network policy is the core identity of the party, it is now more than just an advocacy party of " digital natives " and characterises itself as a social-liberal-progressive.
Former federal chairman Sebastian Nerz sees the party as social-liberal party of fundamental rights which among other things wants to advocate for political transparency.
The party supports the preservation of current civil rights in telephony and on the Internet; in particular, it opposes the European data retention policies.
The party favors the civil right to information privacy and reforms of copyright , education, genetic patents and drug policy.
In particular, it promotes an enhanced transparency of government by implementing open source governance and providing for APIs to allow for electronic inspection and monitoring of government operations by the citizen.
The Pirate Party also supports an unconditional basic income for citizens   and direct democracy via e-democracy.
The party was founded on 10 September Thorsten Wirth has been the Party Leader since 30 November On 27 September , the Pirates received 2.
On account of the election results in , the party fulfils the conditions for receiving public allowances. The calculation was made based on the total receipts of the party in It received , votes in the European Parliament election , which was 0.
On 30 August , the Pirates received 1. On the same day, the party also received one seat in each council in the local elections of Münster and Aachen , although candidates of the party ran for office only in some constituencies of both cities.
Support for The Pirates differs somewhat between States. The party received 1. The party received 2. In the Baden-Württemberg state election, the Pirate Party was able to repeat this result.
In the Saxony-Anhalt state election, they received 1. In the Berlin state election , with 8. In response to their election, however, Mayor Klaus Wowereit criticized their lack of diversity, most notably the lack of women in the party.
In March , the Pirates received 7. Subsequent polls have shown an increase in popularity in the Party. As a result, in the Lower Saxony state election in January , the Pirate Party was only able to gain about 2.
At the German federal elections the following weekend, the party suffered another major defeat where it was again only able to achieve 2.
In the European parliament elections , the Pirate Party received 1.