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Did Warner Bros Abuse The Law With Their DMCA Takedowns?


Warner Bros. may have abused DMCA tools during a recent copyright victory against Hotfile and could pay the price in front of a jury.

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Hotfile Shows Majority Of Its Downloads Are Legit


The MPAA has been trying to take out Hotfile for about a year now, with limited success, largely because Hotfile is not run by an insane man who calls himself Kim Dotcom (the founder of Megaupload the world's best Modern Warware 3) but rather a CEO who is actually trying to work with these people to address their concerns, only to get slapped in the face constantly.


Google Defends Hotfile Against MPAA

TorrentFreak: "Google has filed a brief at a federal court in Florida defending the file-hosting site Hotfile in its case against the MPAA.


Next On MPAA's Hit List: HotFile

One of the problems with the whole Megaupload debacle is that even as the site was being shut down, it was revealed that a lot of its customers were actually legit and just trying to get the fourth quarter spreadsheets to their boss in a timely manner.


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