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MPAA Sues Hotfile For ‘Staggering’ Copyright Infringement

February 8th, 2011 02:50 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


The lawsuit, filed by the MPAA against Hotfile, is on behalf of 20th Century Fox, Universal Studios, Columbia Pictures, and Warner Brothers. “The MPAA argues that Hotfile not only encourages its users to upload illegal content, but actively discourages them from uploading files for personal use, because the site offers incentives for users to upload the most popular files (which invariably end up being copyrighted movies). And because the site charges membership fees before people can download the content uploaded by others, the MPAA says Hotfile “profits richly while paying nothing to the studios” for the bootleg files.”file,

Source: MPAA Sues Hotfile For ‘Staggering’ Copyright Infringement

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