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isoHunt to close as part of settlement with Hollywood

isoHunt to close as part of settlement with Hollywood

Hollywood has been fighting the battle against file sharing sites for years in an attempt to stop what it sees as conduits for piracy. The legal battle surrounding these file sharing sites ended up with Google blacklisting major file sharing sites such as 4Shared, The Pirate Bay, and isoHunt back in 2011. Getting the sites blacklisted from major search engines wasn't the end of the battle with Hollywood continuing its legal campaign.

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Kim Dotcom ditches Mega to focus on music project and more

Kim Dotcom ditches Mega to focus on music project and more

Kim Dotcom has announced he is stepping down as director of the new file sharing service he launched called Mega. We've talked plenty about Kim Dotcom, the man who headed up Megaupload and found himself under serious legal assault by the United States over alleged copyright infringement. While Dotcom was fighting US authorities and trying to stave off being extradited to the United States along with other executives from his company, he has been working on launching new online services including Mega.

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