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iodaniel
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||+520631|graphicmind said-|| Why megaupload.com and it’s sister sites, why not something like piratebay???
||+520626|duotive said-||
||+520623|baf2681 said-|| Sweet! Im sure 10 more will pop up in its place.
10 small problems are better than a Goliath problem.
Not when those 10 problems start multiplying.

they tryied to shutdown piratebay but they failed, because the country where piratebay is hosted didnt allowed fbi or police to close it, they but most of the ips blocked piratebay, for example italian isp , my italian isp blocked such piracy websites ..

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I don’t understand why they close these kind of websites. I understand that it can be bad for business but piracy won’t end.

Besides that, people who download illegal stuff aren’t potential customers, so companies will never increase their profit by shutting down these websites.

The problem here is the freedom of Internet. There are many countries who block websites, and even if they are illegal, I think they must be accessible.

Mainly because the goal of Internet it to make information accessible anywhere, at any time.

Deleting the illegal files is correct and should be done, but blocking/ shutting down websites can be seen as censoring the Internet.

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iodaniel
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Well said ThemesFever. The Freedom of choise.

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doru
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||+521393|timmylogue said-|| This guy tells it all. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72izvZ4ahEs&feature=channel_video_title

I agree. just watch those videos to get some insight. But don’t worry they will not come after the simple user just because he downloaded a movie, like this guy say, he just want you to be scared and take action :) And he is right, you have to take action.

Also, maybe those big media companies should start making some great movies and songs, in the last couple of years the movies they made aren’t worth the time to download it from piratebay and they want me to pay 10 euro to see them in cinema?

notice: I don’t use piratebay. Because is blocked in Italy. :)

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DaniMun
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Here’s the founder’s cars seizing story just in case you’ve missed this article over on TC

Share your thoughts

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joesacco
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||+521471|DaniMun said-|| Here’s the founder’s cars seizing story just in case you’ve missed this article over on TC Share your thoughts

Top Commenter writes…

Matt Jones · Top Commenter · The Ohio State University Funny, I don’t recall seeing anybody towing away cars from the houses of the banksters that nearly DESTROYED the entire economy a while back. I’m sure I just missed the story, right? Reply · 547 · Unlike · Follow Post · Yesterday at 8:20am

LOVE THAT !!

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joesacco
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The government doesn’t give a crap about piracy come on people, that’s not even the point..

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graphicmind
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||+521391|wptitans said-|| Just my two cents, that this isn’t a mega-upload problem, neither a download problem. Those companies just charging to much and they are to greedy. They need to make profits or else there stocks will drop, so they do anything to avoid this.

+1

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doru
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so megaupload had an increase in traffic by 11% yesterday proving that is still alive and well and doing good.

http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/megaupload.com
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JamesMoran
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||+521416|ThemesFever said-|| I don’t understand why they close these kind of websites. I understand that it can be bad for business but piracy won’t end.

Besides that, people who download illegal stuff aren’t potential customers, so companies will never increase their profit by shutting down these websites.

The problem here is the freedom of Internet. There are many countries who block websites, and even if they are illegal, I think they must be accessible.

Mainly because the goal of Internet it to make information accessible anywhere, at any time.

Deleting the illegal files is correct and should be done, but blocking/ shutting down websites can be seen as censoring the Internet.

I totally agree with you :)

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