Hotfile Files To Dismiss In Pivotal MPAA vs Cyberlocker Lawsuitby Enigmax
Apr. 07, 2011
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As the entertainment industries eye the apparent emerging threat of so-called cyberlocker online storage sites, it was inevitable that at some point they would pick a fight with one of them. That unlucky target is Florida-based Hotfile and although it has chosen to settle lawsuits in the past, the company appears to be standing strong and has filed a motion to dismiss.