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Anonymous Protestors Launching Replacement For Megaupload

Filed under: PolitikTech Talk

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Though, for Anonymous, it can never be fully replaced. A new site can be launched online, but the place Megaupload has in their hearts will last forever.

In short: Anonymous REALLY loved Megaupload. Like, maybe more than a friend.

The online collective

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Prominent Spanish Lawyer Plans To Sue The FBI For Shutting Down Megaupload!

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IT'S ON!

Yesterday, movie streamers and music downloaders all over the world shouted "NOOOOOO!!!!!!!" in unison when the FBI shut down Megaupload.com.

Now, prominent Barcelona-based Spanish lawyer Carlos Sánchez Almeida has announced his intentions to pursue legal action against the FBI over their recent move.

He's complaining that

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The War On Terror Online Piracy Continues! Feds Shut Down Megaupload.com!

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Bad news for online movie streamers and music downloaders…

Federal prosecutors have indicted Megaupload.com and feds have shut the cyberlocker down.

Founder Kim DotCom, formerly Kim Schmitz, was arrested in New Zealand along with two others on behalf of the U.S.

Before being shut down, Megaupload

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Megaupload Music Video Returns To YouTube! More Drama Ensues!

Filed under: Music MinuteLegal MattersPolitikTech TalkYouTube

Yup! YouTube just said F-U to Universal Music Group!

To recap - earlier this week, a whole bunch of celebs banded together to support file-sharing website Megaupload through a controversial new music video (above), which was almost immediately removed from YouTube after UMG cited it for copyright infringement.

Then, Megaupload CEO David Robb announced plans to sue UMG in an effort to counter against Internet censorship.

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Megaupload Prepared To Sue Universal Music Group

Filed under: Music MinuteLegal MattersPolitikTech Talk

Because who the hell do they think they are!

As we reported earlier, Megaupload had some major success in getting so A-list music stars to appear in a music video endorsing the site. Everyone from Diddy to Mary J Blige lent their celebrity to the cause, hoping to spread the good word of using the file sharing site.

But not everyone was thrilled with the video; namely, Universal Music Group, as several of their top performers were involved and they didn't see a dime for it. Immediately, they had YouTube pull the "Mega Song" off the site, claiming that it was infriging on material they had the copyright to.

Friends, that just isn't so and Megaupload is out to prove it with one hell of lawsuit! The site is lawyering up Megaupload CEO David Robb had this to say about the controversy this morning:

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Music's Biggest Stars Support Megaupload! Drama Ensues!

Yeah, that website you've been using to illegally download all your music for the last three years? Celebs have been doing it too!

In a shocking and surprising twist, some of today's biggest singers and celebrities have banded together to support the file-sharing website, Megaupload. And we do mean, the BIGGEST. Just to name drop a few contributors:

P. Diddy, Will.i.am, Kim Kardashian Alicia Keys, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Macy Gray, Chris Brown, The Game and Mary J Blige.

Now,

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