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MEDIAFIRE DMCA Requests

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by cookiejar, Apr 14, 2010.

  1. cookiejar

    cookiejar Regular Member

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    Earlier today one of our Downloads Mods Peter2002 recieved a DMCA request to pull down Kim Roach shares. While he promptly expedited their request, and made whomever happy. I find this just a bump in the road. And Annoying.

    Prod Owners are watching threads because not only are they spying their product. I have a hard time believing they haven't "DOWNLOADED" anything themselves which make it hypocritical.

    People will download all day long without remorse but as soon as their product get's shared, there boxers or panties get in a jumble. WHY?

    People insist on not following our super simple DNS share guidelines in order for their product not to get shared and would rather complain to the hosting providers to pull their product down. WHY?

    THIS IS THE MOFO INTERNET, as much as the powers that be would like to regulate the daily happenings WEBWIDE it IMPOSSIBLE to even fathom doing such a thing, and silly to even try.

    While I applaud Peters2002 efforts for acknowledging their requests. I think it's time for the Hard Headed MOFO's who insist on not following the simple DNS rules to start paying the price.

    And While their busy using alternative methods to not have their products shared instead of being on the DNS list, I suggest we ALTERNATE our approach when sharing products that their running around and reporting the links on, meanwhile they downloading other peoples products.

    We need to make a list of all the people that don't want their products shared but insist on not joining the DNS list. This list we will update and use ALTERNATIVE METHODS to share to further HELP their efforts to give us the finger.

    I know some people will be like hey, "WHY DON'T YOU JUST PURCHASE THEIR PRODUCT". Which is fine but truthfully over the last two years there hasn't been anything original being sold. Most of everything has been rehashed BUT rehashed in a way that the information is easier to digest. THIS shouldn't cost over 30$ which most of them have price tags 4 times that amount.
     
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  2. moneymaker1

    moneymaker1 Newbie

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    Sorry to sound dumb but what does DMCA stand for?
     
  3. nufaman

    nufaman Elite Member

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    Do you know what google is? :rolleyes:
     
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    moneymaker1 Newbie

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    Yeah I do, thanks for asking..
     
  5. Risky Business

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    I got 2 DMCA requests and a follow up complaint the other day. Worst part was the item I was "using" that was "protected" accept the source code is public....
     
  6. cookiejar

    cookiejar Regular Member

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    I find it very insulting for someone to believe they can outsmart a forum full of Blackhatters.
     
  7. cookiejar

    cookiejar Regular Member

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    Maybe the mods need to just start using different filesharing sites, there's a million of them and some that don't have mods standing by to listen to someones DNS request.
     
  8. Grizzy

    Grizzy Senior Member

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    The worst is when you get a dmca notice for something that you don't even actually have. I guess some people are to busy to fill out cpa offers, but if they did, they would see the content behind the gateway isn't violating shit lol..
     
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    cookiejar Regular Member

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    Yeah, I think it's time we Graduated from mediafire.
     
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    cookiejar Regular Member

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    Yeah it's too easy to get files removed from some of these sharing sites, you don't even need to be OUT OF COMPLIANCE for them to warn you and remove links. Alot of the times it's not even the PROD owners, it's just someone else who thinks everyone else should not have it.

    Trust me the GOVMENT knows there's piracy being conducted online, the reason they have fell back is because they realize that people sharing files on the INTERNET will stay at home doing whatever which equals less crime. Honestly over the last 3 or 4 years they have fell back quite ALOT.
     
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