U.S.: many Megaupload users were copyright infringers

Dec

21

2013

U.S.: many Megaupload users were copyright infringers

By Joost Schellevis , Saturday, December 21, 2013 11:49, replies: 36 , views: 5,504 • Feedback

Many thousands of active users of the closed by order of the United States file locker service Megaupload infringed copyright. That suggests at least the U.S. government in a document with evidence.

MegaUpload The active Megaupload users were approximately 94,000 which a takedown request was minimal arrived, according to the survey evidence from the U.S. Department of Justice. That happened if they had protected material uploaded by copyright.

Over 19,000 active users were at least ten takedown requests per person inside, while nearly 4,500 active users came almost 100 takedown requests per person. Six hundred fifty active users knew even collect. Thousand takedown requests per person The U.S. government, with support from the New Zealand Police website shut and let people pick, accusing the site from doing too little. Against copyright infringement Many other services to block users who repeatedly share copyright-protected content.

The Americans accuse Megaupload is also in-takedown requests only the specific URL that was reported to block, and not other references to the same file. That while Megaupload or deduplication applied: when two or more users uploadden same file, it was placed only once on the Megaupload servers. As a result, the site also had other references to that file and to block a takedown request, says the U.S. government.

That did not happen, causing a great deal of video views on Megavideo, the video site MegaUpload, went to stocks subject to a takedown request was received, it appears from the document. This would have gone on had come true, at least one takedown request, while 12.3 percent went to videos that had at least ten takedown requests on their account. Files for 43 percent of video views

The lawyer of Megaupload says versus The Wall Street Journal that the site can not be held responsible for copyright infringement by its Users. The site denies therefore guilty to have committed copyright infringement. When the action in early 2012 a Dutchman Bram van der Kolk, also was arrested.

Many thousands of active users of the closed by order of the United States file locker service Megaupload infringed copyright. That suggests at least the U.S. government in a document with evidence.

MegaUpload The active Megaupload users were approximately 94,000 which a takedown request was minimal arrived, according to the survey evidence from the U.S. Department of Justice. That happened if they had protected material uploaded by copyright.

Over 19,000 active users were at least ten takedown requests per person inside, while nearly 4,500 active users came almost 100 takedown requests per person. Six hundred fifty active users knew even collect. Thousand takedown requests per person The U.S. government, with support from the New Zealand Police website shut and let people pick, accusing the site from doing too little. Against copyright infringement Many other services to block users who repeatedly share copyright-protected content.

The Americans accuse Megaupload is also in-takedown requests only the specific URL that was reported to block, and not other references to the same file. That while Megaupload or deduplication applied: when two or more users uploadden same file, it was placed only once on the Megaupload servers. As a result, the site also had other references to that file and to block a takedown request, says the U.S. government.

That did not happen, causing a great deal of video views on Megavideo, the video site MegaUpload, went to stocks subject to a takedown request was received, it appears from the document. This would have gone on had come true, at least one takedown request, while 12.3 percent went to videos that had at least ten takedown requests on their account. Files for 43 percent of video views

The lawyer of Megaupload says versus The Wall Street Journal that the site can not be held responsible for copyright infringement by its Users. The site denies therefore guilty to have committed copyright infringement. When the action in early 2012 a Dutchman Bram van der Kolk, also was arrested.

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