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Prove there is a copyright breach - lawyer in Megaupload case lays down challenge over FBI claim

New Zealand Herald Monday, 10 June 2019 ()
Prove there is a copyright breach - lawyer in Megaupload case lays down challenge over FBI claimThere was no evidence put forward by the FBI the movies or music found on the defunct Megaupload site were actually covered by copyright, the Supreme Court has been told.Instead, it was told the decision to extradite Megaupload's...
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