Massive Copyright Infringement Suit Could Collapse Cyberlocker, Studio WarnsTorrentFreak
Jul. 03, 2012
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The plaintiffs in a massive copyright infringement lawsuit against a cyberlocker service are warning users of the site to back up their files. Corbin Fisher, the movie studio currently suing Oron for $34.8m, say that the file-hoster could collapse after a judge denied it access to additional funds to pay for their hosting. Is this another Megaupload-style data loss debacle in the making?