Entries in 'megaupload' (12)
Mega, the new file-sharing site from controversial figure Kim Dotcom is now live.
Kim Dotcom’s return to online file-sharing may prove to be an even rougher ride than he expected.
The successor to now shut file-sharing site Megaupload has been revealed by controversial figure Kim Dotcom.
The creators of Megaupload have vowed that its replacement will effectively be bullet proof.
The controversial figure behind file-sharing site Megaupload has claimed that he was assaulted by police when he was arrested in January.
MegaUpload boss Kim Dotcom took to Twitter to announce that file-sharing site will return “Bigger. Better. Faster”.
A New Zealand judge has ruled that the search warrants used to allow the raids of Megaupload owner Kim Dotcom were “invalid”.
In what is certainly a very unusual move, online file-sharing giant RapidShare has chosen to deliberately slow its download speed for non-registered users.
Bit-torrent sharing site BTJunkie has made the decision to cease operations after seven years of activity.
In a somewhat cruel coincidence, the world’s best Modern Warfare 3 player may also be the man responsible for the lion’s share of the game’s piracy.
The digital world may be riding high following the high-profile global protests against SOPA and PIPA, but in the real world authorities have just claimed one of the largest piracy ...
In the latest move in its quest to defeat the never-ending legion of internet copyright offenders, the British Phonographic Institute has made an official request to Google to remove a ...