20 January 2012

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US FBI Justice Gov site crashed closed down by hackers “Anonymous” movement

US FBI Justice Gov site crashed closed down by hackers “Anonymous” movement

Thursday -FBI shutdown one of the popular downloading uploading website
file sharing websites, MegaUpload.com.

Megaupload.com site is based in Hong Kong.
The site has legal as well illegal downloads available.
Mega Upload, which had more than 150 million registered users, was shut down by the FBI because of alleged copyright infringement.




As per the request of the US justice department Kim Dotcom, 37, and three other employees were arrested on Thursday in New Zealand.
Seven of its founders and employees have been charged with online piracy crimes.
The charges include copyright infringement as well as conspiracies to commit racketeering, copyright infringement and money laundering.

This action of law enforcement agencies prove that Internet does not SOPA or PIPA


After going offline Justice department twitted that
The DOJ web server hosting justice.gov is experiencing a significant increase in activity, resulting in degradation in service.
The department is working to ensure the website is available while we investigate the origins of this activity which is being treated as a malicious act until we can fully identify the root cause of the disruption.”

Anonymous” movement said that they even crashed the sites of
1. Recording Industry Association of America and the Motion Picture Association of America. U.S Copyright Office site
2. the record label BMI
3. the French copyright authority HADOPI offline

Photo showing Megaupload site seized by FBI



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4 comments:

Bikramjit January 20, 2012  

ooops now where do i get my movies from :(

Bikram's

Saru Singhal January 20, 2012  

What's going on with shutting and censoring everything on the net these days? It's like snatching rights. They can always work a model which is in benefit of everyone so that there is no need for piracy. Develop a revenue sharing model instead...