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Old 01-20-2013, 11:22 AM   #12
SteveEisenberg
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If they have no knowledge of the uploaded contents, and in fact no way of knowing, it 's no longer their problem.
I agree with you. If Dotcom is ever prosecuted for the old megaupload, the judge or jury will need to make a judgement, based on evidence, as to whether the cyberlocker contents were in fact commonly infringing, and whether he knew this.

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