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MegaUpload Dares RIAA To Sue Them

December 23rd, 2010 12:31 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Dangerous_Minds writes “Yesterday, there were reports that the RIAA and MPAA were working with Mastercard to cut off payments to so-called ‘rogue-websites’ like MegaUpload. Today, a spokesperson from MegaUpload issued a response to the RIAA on ZeroPaid. Bonnie Lam of MegaUpload said, ‘the vast majority of our revenue is coming from advertising.’ She also said, ‘Megaupload is a legitimate business operating within the boundaries of the law. In five years of operation we have not been sued by a single content owner. If the RIAA or MPAA would have legal grounds they would have taken us to court by now. We suggest that they attack us within the legal system and stop labeling us until they have something to show.’”

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