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EFF ready to sue if "innocent customers" can't get Megaupload data back

ARS Technica: The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) today officially asked all parties involved in the Megaupload criminal case to refrain from deleting any data stored on servers once leased by the file-hosting service—and it suggested it was willing to sue over the matter.

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fatstarr4488d ago

... this doesnt seem like a good idea.

Gondee4488d ago

Bu..bu...butttt.... I had all my movies and music on there!!! lol

Sobari4488d ago

I hope the EFF give the government hell.

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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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torrentfreak.com
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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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