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R.I.P. Megaupload

Posted by RGMfighter on September 2, 2012 at 9:05 AM

The post of siezed domain redirects to this joint FBI, DoJ and NIPRCC notice of federal crime charges, instead of the usual homepage.


March 21, 2005-January 19, 2012


The file-sharring website Megaupload was shut down and defunct because the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigations), DoJ (Department of Justice) and NIPCC (National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center) arrested its employees for the illegal acts in New Zealand, especially Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom. An anti-piracy bill is for the Megaupload employees who froze by the US government for federal crime charges due to copyright violation or piracy, then some people think that they gonna tell what happened if it was seized or shutted down like the hacktivist group, Anonymous. What crime that the employees did? Well, it's just a Hong-Kong based website but it's a defunct website you know. Maybe you have to go any file-sharing sites like Mediafire, Hotfile and 4shared, instead of Megaupload.


It's old news now but I know what happened to the file-sharing website.


See also in Wikipedia:



Megaupload legal case

Seizure of Megaupload

Categories: Internet, Internet Issues, Ethics

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