Comment on USA Shuts Down Megaupload by Anonymous:

Actually, in Canada, they don’t even have a DMCA equivalent despite significant pressure from the MAFIAAs. I have no idea about Japan, but China is known to be very lax about enforcing copyright infringement.

Compare that to the US government which thinks that they have juridical authority on foreign citizens residing on foreign territory. If you do something perfectly legal in your country, the US could have you extradicted and sentenced for it. If they want you strong enough, then you better hope your local government has the balls to tell them to fuck off.


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  • USA Shuts Down Megaupload:
    Now we know who will be rescued in next Whale Wars season. Only on Discovery!

  • USA Shuts Down Megaupload:
    “Hello, Mr. Movie Maker, i came from a poor country, and it gives me the right of watching your movie without paying because i barely have money for my food!”

  • USA Shuts Down Megaupload:
    To be fair, the site was not built on the ideals that piracy should be allowed rampant. This is very different from the pirate bay. They actually made attempts to try and strop this. Though honestly, the only reason they “admitted” it was such was so they would not get banned by some SOPA act for being a renagade site or terrorist site in the near future

  • USA Shuts Down Megaupload:
    The issue is that they aren’t going after the ones that caused it. THe ones taken down this time was megaupload and its bosses. In cases your lack of intellect has not caught on to it yet, they aren’t the ones who are uploading all the pirated material. Rather, megaupload has made many attempts to remove illegal content from their site and everytime they do, people find a loophole around it. In the end, this is as going as suing them for just being incompetent, because their company is unable …

  • USA Shuts Down Megaupload:
    Haha, maybe the Mayans aren’t so off

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