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Hosting companies may start deleting MegaUpload users’ content from their servers – regardless of whether or not the content is legal – starting as soon as Thursday, February 2, according to a letter filed in federal court by U.S. Attorney Neil H. MacBride. According to news reports, the letter was submitted on Friday in the […]

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We’re sure that most of you have at least heard of SOPA. Major websites such as Wikipedia have blacked out sections of their content today to raise awareness. In some locations, Google has blacked out its logo. The concern of many speech and privacy advocates is that SOPA, which stands for Stop Online Piracy Act, […]

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Anonymous, which last week threatened to pulverize the Playstation Network because of Sony’s support for the proposed SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act), backed off its consumer-irking belligerence and this week shifted to threatening just the executives and sites of Sony and Nintendo. Anonymous-or people purporting to be members of the group-last week uploaded a video […]

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