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Re: Massive Hammer Falls on Megaupload
Posted by: Rachelle Dragani 2012-01-21 09:02:52
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The U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday shuttered Megaupload, a popular file-sharing website, charging seven of its executives with engaging in an international criminal enterprise based on copyright infringement. Federal authorities called it one of the largest criminal copyright cases in U.S history. Megaupload, its movie streaming site Megavideo, and its various sister sites were down at the time of publication. Four of the seven execs charged are now in federal custody, including the site's founder Kim Dotcom, formerly Kim Schmitz.


wrong
Posted by: AustinHoffman 2012-01-21 09:04:50 In reply to: Rachelle Dragani
That's sad...since it's all BS...SOPA/PIPA were junk + MU arrest was unfair + I don't think swizz he has any legal connections to MU...imo it was all fabbed up to get other celebrity endorsements.

p.s. looks like someone is pissed - FBI vs ANONYMOUS video:
http://www.peeje.com/anonymous-hackers-we-legion-211/
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