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Google defends Hotfile's right to 'safe harbor' under DMCA

By Jos
Mar 20, 2012
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  1. The MPAA filed lawsuit against Hotfile little over a year ago, arguing that the cyberlocker had made a business out of enabling massive digital theft by giving users a placeā€¦

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  2. psycros

    psycros TS Booster Posts: 714   +217

    If the RIAA really cares about piracy then why aren't they focusing on the biggest haven of them all, YouTube? Anything you name is on there, ready to be streamed (and downloaded - its not hard to do). Yet not a word is said because the industry only picks on 80-year old grandmas and high school kids. What a pack of disingenuous shakedown artists.
  3. I saw the devil. It took the shape of RIAA.
  4. And the best part, suing Hotfile is just a waste of time, since it was abandoned about a year ago for the majority of users doing copyright infringement, because they starting to take links down and delete accounts almost immediately, while others took its place, and then others after, and others after...
  5. TJGeezer

    TJGeezer TS Enthusiast Posts: 385   +10

    Good for Google.


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