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    Megaupload and File Sharing Situation

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    So, we will use multiupload.com instead of megaupload.com?

    What about the older files uploaded to megaupload.com? Will you reupload them to multiupload.com?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Altan Kanat View Post
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    So, we will use multiupload.com instead of megaupload.com?

    What about the older files uploaded to megaupload.com? Will you reupload them to multiupload.com?

    MultiUpload is the perfect solution since it UL's to multiple individual File Sharing sites, which eliminates the risks associated with the MegaUpload issue. As long as the US government does not shutdown all the file sharing sites worldwide.

    This is not the first time, all VOB's on M-L were previously Hacked and had to be re-posted as well, no real safe haven regardless.

    What is lost needs to be re-uploaded (I for one already started the process) since I have all the data readily available and more.
    It's just a matter of time, and everything will be back up.
    I can't speak for the other members, but I assume they will do the same, if not, they will be re-posted by others.
    I can probably re-post a large portion of them myself, but I will notify the members and give them time to do so.

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    Multiple File Sharing Site


    Seems MultiUpload is down for the time being, probably technical issues.
    Regardless, I did some searching and found another which includes more hosting sites, including MediaFire.

    http://www.mirrorcreator.com/

    Testing it Now.


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    Can you guys re upload all of the popular franchise trailers ? Harry Potter, Star Wars, The Matrix, X-Men, Spider-Man, The Lord Of The Rings etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacques1400 View Post
    As long as the US government does not shutdown all the file sharing sites worldwide
    It's throwing the baby out with the bathwater, I hope the US government will relax a little.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caboose View Post
    Can you guys re upload all of the popular franchise trailers ? Harry Potter, Star Wars, The Matrix, X-Men, Spider-Man, The Lord Of The Rings etc
    See this Post:
    http://www.movie-list.com/forum/show...600#post218600


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    Quote Originally Posted by j7wild View Post
    I didn't start saving trailers to my Hard Drive until mid 2011 so everything posted before then I will have to get the DVDs again unless I have the DVD in my collection.

    Like I said, if you don't want to go through the trouble for some, let me know via PM, I more than likely have them readily available, and I can re-post them.


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    Maybe I'm in the minority on this one, but I'm okay with Megaupload being taken down. The charges against Kim Dotcom and his associates seem legit and serious as far as criminal activity is concerned.

    But as for SOPA, I'm happy that it didn't pass legislation in the U.S. SOPA (a republican bill) was too dangerous in giving control of the internet to large corporations. Last thing we need in this world is our governments turning into "Jennifer Governments." It use to be that people feared "Big Brother" type governments. But the real danger nowadays is how close we are to corporate controlled governments (ie "Jennifer Governments"). Just my opinion of course.
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    I'm with goodasgold, takes one bad Apple to give everyone else a bad name, but just like Napster, a show of force. This being said, the dicussions are getting way off topic for this thread.
    Feel free to continue the discussions, I believe J7 created a thread for this SOPApera stuff. which keeps coming up in these probably non-related incidents.


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    No need to upload to FileServe or FileSonic:

    FileServe can only be used to download and retrieve files that you have uploaded personally
    All sharing functionality on FileSonic is now disabled. Our service can only be used to upload and retrieve files that you have uploaded personally
    The last file uploaded to Multiupload by Jacques, is deleted from many hosts in just one day. That's too fast, thanks to FBI

    mirrorcreator.com seems much better than multiupload.com but I have no idea what we will do in the upcoming months. They will shutdown every single file-hosting website.

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    I've started reuploading my trailers beginning from the newest one, Black Book-Zwartboek

    Mirrorcreator says:

    We don't delete Mirrorcreator links as long your file isn't a violation of our terms.

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    Megaupload - closed

    Fileserve - Deleting multiple files. Closed affiliate program

    Filejungle (Owned by Fileserve) - Deleting multiple files. Testing out blocking some USA IP addresses

    Uploadstation (Owned by Fileserve) - Deleting multiple files. Testing out blocking some USA IP addresses

    Filesonic - All sharing functionality on FileSonic is now disabled. Closed affiliate program

    Videobb - Closed affiliate program

    Uploaded - Banned USA IP addresses

    Filepost - Started suspending accounts with infringing material (doing what Hotfile did)

    Videozer - Closed affiliate program


    STILL ACTIVE FILE-HOSTING WEBSITES:
    Rapidshare, Netload, Bitshare, Oron, Filefactory, Uploading, Turbobit, Depositfiles, Letitbit, Shareflare, Crocko, Cramit, Freakshare, Megashares

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    OK Gents, thank you for all your input, let's wait until the dust settles to see what the end result will be, otherwise all we are doing is wasting our time and efforts..
    All the File Sharing services are in a panic, so unless we can find a server in China, we need to wait it out.
    Please do not post any more comments in the various threads, and I will rename this one to reflect the situation and updates.


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    Next Target Facebook.








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    My apologies on this being off topic.

    Quote Originally Posted by j7wild View Post
    I've been reading articles on the internet about this Megaupload mess and many legal experts worldwide think the U.S. Government and the FBI is wrong and may end up biting off more than they can chew.

    The Spanish Government is already preparing a lawsuit against the U.S. government over the Megaupload shut down.
    It isn't the Spanish Government, but a Spanish Lawyer who is preparing a lawsuit. He does so independent of his government. Spain, like many governments nowadays, are trending towards cracking down on websites that infringe on copyright videos, music etc.

    http://blogs.wsj.com/tech-europe/201...pload-closure/

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