LOL. MaGrinder, the tough bone chewer. Yeah, that content wasn't great. I could have pulled the content some where else. But it was an AP article. And a lot of news service grind up AP article to keep them from running afoul of copyright laws per se.
Two things stand out of this article from Reuters:
""The company is looking at its legal options for getting back its servers and its domain and getting its servers back up online," Megaupload's lawyer Ira Rothken told Reuters. "Megaupload will vigorously defend itself.""
And as Cimm is predicting:
"Less than a day after U.S. authorities shut down the Megaupload.com site and several of its sister sites, there appeared to be an attempt to resurrect the site.
Twitter was flooded with messages circulating a new Internet Protocol address, but the site offered no substantive content immediately and it did not appear that it was sanctioned by Megaupload.
The new website, which is being hosted in the Netherlands, looked similar to the original Megaupload.com website. The company's lawyer said that he was not directly familiar with the new site."http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/01/20/us-usa-crime-piracy-idUSTRE80I24220120120
All I can say is I agree with Cimm. Like when the European had issues with the no-fly list and other data protections of the united states. Certain companies forced their data handler/cloud providers to keep their data OUT of the United States system
and their sentiments are being confirmed now....