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Online file storage site FileSonic is no longer online, months after it restricted users' service in the wake of the MegaUpload raid.
Digital locker's service can now only be used to upload and retrieve files users personally uploaded.
Popular file-sharing site FileSonic limits use after the MegaUpload arrests, Obama uses Google+ Hangout, and Research In Motion's co-CEOs resign to make way for a new leader.
Happy Chinese New Year! Our buddy from the CNET Labs Joseph Kaminski sits in for Wilson while he's out stuffing himself with mooncake and lighting illegal fireworks.
Authorities in New Zealand continue to haul away property belonging to Kim DotCom, founder of MegaUpload, who U.S. authorities accuse of piracy and causing over $500 million in damages to copyright owners.
MegaUpload's attorney says a deal has been worked out with hosting companies that will give managers time to find a more permanent fix.
A life-size inflatable tank shows up on the front lawn of the MegaUpload founder's home and nearly sparks a media frenzy.
The founder of the cyberlocker service must stay in police custody in New Zealand until February 22, when an extradition hearing is expected. The U.S. has accused DotCom of masterminding a massive criminal piracy operation, and it wants him brought to Virginia to stand trial.
Police raid the home of MegaUpload's Kim DotCom wielding automatic weapons. Anonymous publishes the Social Security number of a sports promoter who disagrees with them. Are both sides hurting their causes by turning to increasingly tougher tactics?
In the indictment filed in a New Zealand court earlier this month, the U.S. Justice Department says Kim DotCom oversaw an attempt to copy all of YouTube's videos and tried to inform on rivals.