Websites Dealing With Copyright Infringement Brought Under Law

Copyright InfringementFederal authorities imposed a shut down on Megaupload, a U.S based file-sharing website, accusing it of copyright infringement & “Mega Conspiracy.” The site operators have every possibilities of facing 20 years of imprisonment.

On the other hand, Megaupload isn’t the only service allowing such online infringement. Many other companies have been settled in the internet based storage market. Most of these companies target potential consumers & businesses seeking help to have their big data files retrieved from in-boxes. The main reason behind this is to aid their friends & co-workers in download those sophisticated data files. These services include RapidShare, MediaFire, YouSendIt, Box.net, and Dropbox. Moreover, Amazon, Microsoft, and Google provide similar services.

All of these online services usually market themselves in a legitimate way for storing online contents. On the contrary, they are by nature ideal for users intended to upload and share video & audio files illegitimately. Almost all of these companies rarely overlook to inspect whether the files have passed copyrights or not.

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