This mean Dotcom's extradition to the US is going to be frozen for now, and probably won't happen. This will most likely also mean MegaUpload & Co will be back online.
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As I said before, its because taking down MegaUpload was a message, that if the biggest, most well known file host can be brought down, so can the rest, and in-case you missed it, many file hosts had a crackdown on files and users, and implemented new rules on sharing (such as accounts cannot be accessed except for the uploader, or barring US IPs from accessing them.)nisarg_kolhe wrote:And also why just MegaUpload? There is RapidShare, MediaFire, HotFile etc. They are still functioning the same, with 100's of zipped parts of pirated games or softwares. I just don't get the US Government's logic.
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