LokiTorrent makes first month’s legal fees from donations

By Derek Sooman on January 4, 2005, 1:02 PM
LokiTorrent have managed to quickly collect the $30,000 needed for the first month of impending legal battling with the MPAA. LokiTorrent are asking for anyone who has ever benefited from their site or even file-sharing in general to come forward and donate.



Loki Torrent is fighting for your rights to freely share on the internet.

The MPAA is a large organization and this battle will not likely be easily won, even knowing that we are in the right. They have deep pockets and many attorneys and we are not a large corporation. We are one site taking the risk of standing up for everyone's rights.

This is looking to be a landmark case concerning your rights on the internet, and we need to be able to fight them through victory.

Any amount you can provide for the support of this case and the costs that come with it are greatly appreciated.




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shnig said:
I wonder if they went all out and got a team of very good legal team for this sort of battle or if they got a cheap one looking for theyre first break? Oh and also I would highly recommened suppoprting them even if you dont file share as the RIAA and the MPAA have gone too far. Also to all the europeans out there : this affects you too! [Edited by shnig on 2005-01-05 11:15:53]
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