[pp.int.general] Other (no sot good) reaction to MU joint complaint campaign
choms at botmania.net
Sun Jan 29 18:35:58 CET 2012
Well, if MU were online, I would link you removed copyrighted material too
I think was more a lobbist movement (just after MegaBox announcement...
sounds weird, don't think so?) than anything with sense...
And as reply to the other mail: RapidShare was the first storage system who
started paying people for downloads, that's why is one of the most used.
idk if actually they stopped paying for downloads, but I remember most
Taringa copyrighted posts were on RapidShare just for that reason. Oh,
GigaSize did too :)
2012/1/29 Christian Hufgard <pp at christian-hufgard.de>
> On 29.01.2012 18:05, Choms wrote:
> > Can you explain me the difference between MU, RapidShare, MediaFire,
> > DropBox or even p2p?
> As soon as a takedown notice these files should be removed by
> rapidshare. They have been sued a couple of times and they won their cases.
> > Tell me any movie, music, software or whatever, and I'll provide you one
> > link of each one of the services I mentioned... Close them all...Well,
> > heard your arguments from the lobbies lots of times. Let's close p2p cuz
> > can be used to share copyrighted content!!!111oneone
> p2p by nature is not commercial. Of course their are hacked clients and
> websites usings ads, but if you have the torrent or the ed2k-Hash you
> can download the data without having to pay to anybody. And ed2k-hashed
> and torrents are ad-free. At least the ones I know.
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