Hundreds of people waving signs and skull-and-crossbones pirate flags demonstrated in
The report said dozens of police officers conducted raids in 10 locations, seizing servers and other computer equipment in their crackdown on The Pirate Bay site.
But the site was back up Saturday, and spokesman Tobias Andersson said it would be "bigger and better than ever."
"We want an apology from the police and from the Justice Ministry, and we want our servers back," Andersson was quoted as saying.
He said the site was now mirrored on other sites around the world.
The firm said employees running the site were not responsible for a hacker attack that shut down the Web site of