TALLINN - Megaupload.com, one of the world’s largest file-sharing sites, has been shut down and seven people charged with copyright infringement and other crimes: one of the charged was Estonian Andrus Nomm, U.S. authorities announced on Jan. 19, reports AFP. The indictments sparked retaliation from the ‘Anonymous’ hacktivist group, who announced in a tweet that they had downed the Web sites of the U.S. Justice Department, Universal Music, and the Recording Industry Association of America.The founder of the Hong Kong-based Megaupload was among four people arrested ...
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