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EFF helping users get back their Megaupload content

CapsuleComputers.com: he Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has launched a new website that will help those who have lost content on Megaupload.com. The website, MegaRetrieval.com (link here), attempts to help people who legitimately uploaded their own content to the service and now can’t get it back, due to the website being taken down for copyright infringement.

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masterabbott4500d ago

Lets hope EFF can help those guys that lost their content.

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Kim Dotcom’s lawyer will also represent alleged KickassTorrents founder

Ira Rothken has kept Megaupload founder free for years. Can he do it again?

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Megaupload 2.0 to Launch With Original Megaupload User Database

Following the news earlier this week that Kim Dotcom intends to relaunch Megaupload, the entrepreneur has just delivered a new surprise. Rather than a cold start, Megaupload 2.0 will hit the ground running by deploying the original Megaupload user database.

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Megaupload Paid Prolific Pirates Thousands in Rewards, U.S. Says

In a rewards program that lasted five years, Megaupload paid out more than $3m to users who uploaded content the site. One of those was paid more than $50,000, despite having more than 1,200 takedown notices filed against his account, the U.S. claims. Countering, lawyers for Kim Dotcom says its unfair those users' identities are being kept secret.

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