Fighting Megaupload Piracy With…Piracy? – Legal As She Is Spoke

By insisting on onerous burdens on third-parties, in order to ‘fight piracy’, the various ‘anti-piracy’ laws make it a hassle to host content created by the public, forcing sites and services to.

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The whole idea behind the Stop Online Piracy Act (the House of Representatives version of the controversial legislative initiative) and the Protect Intellectual Property Act (the Senate version) is that our existing laws don’t give the feds the legal weaponry needed to protect works under U.S. copyright from the scourge of foreign online piracy.

The Megaupload legal case concerns a number of related criminal indictments and enforcement actions taken against Megaupload owner Kim Dotcom in various jurisdictions. On 19 January 2012 the United States Department of Justice seized and shut down the file-hosting site Megaupload.com and commenced criminal cases against its owners and others. On 20 January 2012 Hong Kong Customs froze more than 300 million Hong Kong dollars in assets belonging to the company.

The resulting legal fights lead to Napster's eventual – inevitable? – demise. like those facing WikiLeaks or Megaupload, Downloaded doesn't offer solutions.. Which begs the question: Is he worried about piracy? Wired spoke with Winter before he even left for Austin to find out if that was plaguing him.

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According to a story this week over at BetaNews, Microsoft is now officially rolling out the anti-piracy reminders to XP users worldwide: "The company has made minor changes to the program in response.

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Megaupload Co-Founder Allowed Bail 132 Posted by Unknown Lamer on Wednesday February 15, 2012 @10:36AM from the no-one-escapes-new-zealand dept. New submitter masterfpt writes "TorrentFreak is running the following article: ‘The co-founder of Megaupload has been freed on bail by a judge in New Zealand.

Megaupload piracy case lands its first prison sentence. The US government leveled piracy charges against Megaupload’s operators three years ago, but it looks like those efforts are only now leading to real convictions. Programmer Andrus Nmm has ended his extradition fight and pleaded guilty to charges that he helped commit copyright infringement.

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