MPAA Targets Fileserve, MediaFire, Wupload, Putlocker and Depositfilesby Ernesto, TorrentFreak
Apr. 02, 2012
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It is no secret that the MPAA was a main facilitators of the criminal investigation against Megaupload. But while the movie studios have praised the actions of the US Government, they are not satisfied yet. Paramount Picturesí vice president for worldwide content protection identified Fileserve, MediaFire, Wupload, Putlocker and Depositfiles as prime targets that should be shuttered next.