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Megaupload just like Dropbox and YouTube, Kim Dotcom's lawyer tells Supreme Court

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 12 June 2019 ()
Megaupload just like Dropbox and YouTube, Kim Dotcom's lawyer tells Supreme CourtKim Dotcom's lawyer aligned Megaupload with online services such as Dropbox and YouTube, telling the Supreme Court there was little difference in how they worked.Ron Mansfield said those businesses all offered a service on the internet...
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