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Dotcom: We've hit the jackpot

avxo (861854) writes | about a year ago

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avxo (861854) writes "According to an article on the New Zealand Herald, Kim Dotcom claims that his team has evidence showing that the Department of Homeland Security served a search warrant on Megaupload in 2010, forcing it to preserve pirated movies. According to Mr. Dotcom those preserved movies are the center of the latest legal battle. He added: “[t]he FBI used the fact the files were still in the account of the ... user to get the warrant to seize our own domains. This is outrageous.”"
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