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This past Monday, live on the Tech Net News and Opinion, we had mentioned that the search warrants regarding the Kim Dotcom raid had been unsealed.  In our conversation, we had mentioned that numerous sites were reporting that there was no mention of any possible non infringing files  regarding the warrants.

While that is grave enough, an article over at TechDirt adds more stench to the stink.  It seems MegaUpload cooperated with the investigators in a previous investigation of NinjaVideo.  In short they cooperated by not removing files at MegaUpload that were put there by NinjaVideo, as requested by the authorities.  MegaUploaded cooperated only to have the same files used against them when it came time to go after MegaUpload.

I am curious.  Would that be some form of entrapment?


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2 thoughts on “MegaUpload’s Cooperation Used Against Them

  1. John D.Lemke says:

    MegaUpload’s Cooperation Used Against Them http://t.co/wKQS5TMZ

  2. John D.Lemke says:

    MegaUpload’s Cooperation Used Against Them – t seems MegaUpload cooperated with the investigators in a previous inve… http://t.co/CwU8z1WJ

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