Anti-piracy site claims small, 40 percent victory in anti-Mega campaign

Anti-piracy site claims small, 40 percent victory in anti-Mega campaign

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New Every action brings about an equal and opposite reaction. So on the day after Kim Dotcom's Mega launched, it's no surprise an anti-piracy campaign sprung up focused directly on the new service. Today, only one week later, that campaign claims to have already made progress. StopFileLockers.com is an anti-piracy...
Anti-piracy site claims small, 40 percent victory in anti-Mega campaign
                           

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