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Want to read Slashdot from your mobile device? Point it at m. That's where the FBI's case is going to go. Everything I've read tells me that the FBI, their Australian exponents, and the other parties involved broke too many regs to be able to bring a real case against Megaupload. This is just one more nail in the coffin. Don't you mean NZ? Australia doesn't really have a role here. Which is not to say that the australian security services wouldn't jump at the chance to help the FBI in a case like this. I'll just go back to nursing this booze now. Yeah Julian is one of us.
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Want to read Slashdot from your mobile device? Point it at m. That's where the FBI's case is going to go. Everything I've read tells me that the FBI, their Australian exponents, and the other parties involved broke too many regs to be able to bring a real case against Megaupload. This is just one more nail in the coffin. Don't you mean NZ? Australia doesn't really have a role here. Which is not to say that the australian security services wouldn't jump at the chance to help the FBI in a case like this.

I'll just go back to nursing this booze now. Yeah Julian is one of us. In fact I know a guy who had the pleasure of having his system broken in to by Mr Assange. For a geek he is strangely concerned about what people say about him. Most of us don't give a shit.

Don't be so quick to mea culpa. It would be a big marketing coup for them to get that stuck in people's heads, and big marketing coups matter these days instead of things like "competition", "compassion", "law", or "value of product". I'm not so sure that statement is true.

Bearing in mind, there are three kinds of people in the world. Those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and the biggest group, those who wonder what the hell happened.

I'm in and out of the first two groups, on this and other issues. That other group? They are the enablers, who permit big media to do what they do. They aren't big media, they aren't the Axis, they are just there, giving tacit support to whatever government and big media might do. Ehhh - someone will come along directly to tell me that I've lost all credibility with the word sheeple. Sounds a bit like you're ready at a moments notice to don spandex and take to the rooftops of Gotham, to setup a laptop and tweet.

The sheeple thing, while bring trite, isn't the main reason I'd suspect you of being just another armchair revolutionary. Don Spandex? Glad to meet you - although, I've never heard that name before. Is Spandex your family name, or did you just change your name to protect the innocent? Changed the name. Don Hitler wasn't playing very well in my career writing erotic fiction for overweight women.

Wovel - look around you. How many people in your home town even knows the name of their congress critter? How many are aware of the ramifications of the Patriot Act, TSA, and ongoing debate about curtailing rights even further? I'm pretty sure that if you're to answer honestly, your numbers will be pretty.

I think you'll find the Australian authorities had nothing to do with it, since New Zealand is a completely separate country to Australia! Yes, the ignorance around here is disgraceful.

While New Zealand hasn't covered itself in glory here, that pales in insignificance next to Australia's crime of having given Adolf Hitler to the world. Not to mention Arnold Schwarzenegger It appears that your horizons might be expanded by visiting the New American Century site. What GP posted, and what you posted, are synonymous. In the past twelve years, the site has softened their sales pitch, sort of almost disguising it, but there is no secret that they represent corporate powers. It's only a thinly veiled secret that they intend to buy out the United States government to make their dream come true.

The only secret is, how far they have progressed toward ownership of the government. For the past five presidential elections, both candidates were owned by the corporations.

If I really dug, I could probably demonstrate the same for elections further back in history. Actually [nytimes. So that puts lie to that as well. Here is the formula for an average, per-citizen, rate of consumption of entertainment, in movies per year, as a function of geek rage:. You failed to realize rage is an irrational number roughly equivalent to 0.

The limit of your function expressed in the bironic form Internet Math Notation , is approximately equivalent to: 1!!! More interestingly, given that the number of movies you can consume per year is limited, this formula means that geek rage cannot go arbitrary close to zero. And those watching only few movies per year have a negative geek rage.

Having kids is no excuse. I bet your kids are really popular at school and never get teased for never having heard of Hanna Montana, or whatever. That seems to be what they're doing. The resources of the US against some dude in NZ.

We're speaking about the country that declared war and invaded Iraq under false accusations to kill Saddam, and violated Pakistan's sovereignty with a cover up operation to kill Bin Laden, all of that without any consequences. I find it a bit challenging to feel any great remorse over Pakistan's violated honour, given that they a said "Yeah, yeah, UBL is teh evil, we want him dead, too" and then b harboured him, possibly for years What makes you think they are trying to bring a real case?

Megaupload is gone and buried. Servers are confiscated. Even the legitimate paid users have lost access to the files and are getting no compensation. Mission accomplished. You think there will be any penalties assessed against anyone once this case predictably falls apart? I wouldn't hold my breath though here's hoping he will at least sue someone Only a few. It also discourages new ones very effectively. Unlike a p2p network, a person can't throw together a filelocker in their bedroom. It takes money to get it going, to set up the servers and pay for storage and bandwidth until the income starts - and only a fool is going to invest their money in a filelocker business now it's apparent that any successful filelocker is likely to be shut down and all assets siezed.

Totally agree! Seriously what were the FBI thinking, this is so far beyond entrapment, it is conspiracy to pervert the course of justice. Catch is number one in the line of fine of a multi-million dollar even hundreds of million dollar lawsuit is the New Zealand government, for New Zealands hope you enjoyed sticking your rear hooves into the US in-Justice System gumboots, baah baah because you'll be the one paying the price.

Even so, that's all they need to do. Even if they drop the entire case, they've shut down MegaUpload for a year and put an incredible scare on everyone else. And former MU customers have files of much less value.

Digital data loses its value quick - if you're working on the next version of something and a competitor can get your computers seized for a year, that basically puts you out of business for that year, and probably completely out of business.

Likewise, all of MU's customers have been stuck without their files. All the legit files are a year older and probably not as relevant today as it was a year ago, thus worth a lot less.

Basically all that's happening is all of the MU assets are getting rapidly devalued, and a year or two down the road, even if it's returned untouched, plenty of irreparable harm has occurred. And that's all that matters. I guess that means that I shouldn't listen to what the government tells me to do I could get sued--or arrested. No, over users uploaded these files. Mega is trying to use the structure of their site where they hashed an upload and only kept one copy of the file to say that because there was only copy and because NinjaVideo had uploaded 36 of these files at some point because NinjaVideo uploaded thousands if not hundreds of thousands of files , they couldn't delete those files because the order from the DHS instructed them not to.

But that's a ridiculous assertion— even if they were told not to delete the files really they were just told not to delete the NinjaVideo account, so they're using a liberal interpretation to include these files they had an obligation to prevent the files from being used for further illegal purposes. Phrased another way, a court order requiring preservation does not mean Mega is allowed to continue to allow others access to those files and continue to break the law.

Those 36 files were accessed, downloaded, and shared illegally after the point at which they were required to be preserved, and access removed under the DMCA. Mega cannot use a design component of the site which was done for cost purposes, as a defense against criminal liability. It could be argued that they could use the hash to more effectively police infringing content: Once a file is reported, they could have pulled all uploads of that hash and blocked new ones. But this would be a poor idea, because it'd be trivial for pirates to circumvent by just changing one byte Like a padding file in a rar archive, or a new password , so all it'd really do is raise their cost of storage substantially in return for delaying pirates by about three minutes.

The indictment have you read it? They are an office of the Government. Ergo, they are the Government. The goverment bought and paid for by hollywood over the last decade would pull out every illegal dirty trick to get there way once again? I'm not shocked. That's normal now. Best get used to that kind of shit. This is the path we have chosen. Or someone did



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