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LeaseWeb responds to MegaUpload data deletion

By Jesse
Jun 21, 2013
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  1. Earlier this week, Kim Dotcom expressed outrage that MegaUpload data had been abruptly wiped from 690 LeaseWeb servers containing huge amounts of data from the now defunct online storage site’s European customers. LeaseWeb has responded with a statement explaining why they...

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  2. 3DCGMODELER

    3DCGMODELER TS Enthusiast Posts: 307   +18

    Bummer........ bummer......
     
  3. Divvet

    Divvet TS Rookie Posts: 57   +19

    I wonder if they emailed kim@megaupload.com? Maybe they should ask the NSA to check the mail box for them as the US now owns it.
     
  4. lipe123

    lipe123 TS Guru Posts: 448   +80

    Honestly after YEARS now, who seriously gives a **** about the porn they used to have on the MU servers? By the time you get those files back it would be the same as if a UPS guy showed up at your door now with a box of 8-track tapes for you.

    That ship has sailed, just delete the damn servers already and start using them for something else.
     
  5. Fat people got no reason to live.
     
  6. Tygerstrike

    Tygerstrike TS Enthusiast Posts: 827   +93

    Hmm now that all that data is lost forever, I wonder if ppl will still continue to count this rather large man as some form of internet hero. A digital Robin Hood. Unfortunatly he is still a thief even if the US never prosecutes him. He still has embezzlment charges against him.
     


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