Fri, 20 Jan 2012 9:35a.m.
Police have seized millions of dollars of assets and $10 million in cash assets at the home of arrested Megaupload founder Kim Schmitz.
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7/07/2012 4:27:52 p.m.
Um wt*? i heard the pirate bay is still online you know. i was like "Why did he get arrested The Pirate Bay is still online they should have arrested them."
17/02/2012 11:52:12 a.m.
Kim Schmitz forever in my heart...
8/02/2012 8:15:13 p.m.
The whole stopping illegal downloads is about big corporate money, and some of those senator get paided too well. Ok so I've found the deepest level of the internet, and its not pretty. Theres a whole internet protocol that is hidden. Meaning pretty near untraceable too anyone, FBI included, because doesn't use complete IP addresses. Some of you know the systems i'm talking about, there are two. This internet is isolated and been implemented because of what the governments are doing. ie the US, against "free-speech", pipa,sopa etc. Now tell me the lesser of the evils downloading an illegal albums or a tv-series or childporn. Because under this system now tracking down the pedo is near impossible. Catch real criminals.
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