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Judge to Decide Fate of Users’ Megaupload Files

A federal judge was scheduled to hear arguments Friday morning about what to do with users’ files that were seized in the U.S. government&…
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Guilty Until Proven Innocent: The MegaUpload Closure Leaves Users Unable To Access Their Files

Technology : TechCrunch (3 years ago)

Alright, Feds. You've had your fun. You've arrested some people you deem bad and seized their Mercedes-Benz collection. Great. So how about turning MegaUpload back on for a quick minute? The United States Department of Justice seize... Read Post

No Fly List On Trial, Revenge Porn Versus the FTC, California Could Raise Legal Smoking Age: A.M. Links

News : Reason (6 hours ago)

A judge will hear arguments today on the constitutionality of the federal government's "no fly list."  New legislation introduced in California would raise the legal smoking age from 18 to 21.  David Frum concern trolls Democrats ab... Read Post

Judge Won’t Purge Megaupload User Data, At Least Not Yet

News : Threat Level (3 years ago)

A federal judge on Friday declined to pull the plug on 25 million gigabytes of Megaupload data seized when the government shuttered the file sharing service in January. But the fate of the gigantic trove of data remains unsettled. Read Post


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