Retired judge joins fight against DoJ's "outrageous" Megaupload seizures

Retired judge joins fight against DoJ's "outrageous" Megaupload seizures

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New Abraham David Sofaer Abraham David Sofaer Abraham David Sofaer, a former New York federal judge, recently was presenting a paper at the National Academy of Sciences about deterring cyberattacks when he learned the feds had shut down Megaupload, seizing its domain names, in a criminal copyright infringement case. Troubling...
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