Owner of Internet service provider PRQ believes police investigations into his company have to do with sites that deal in illegal file-sharing.
After authorities raided Web host PRQ and seized three of its servers earlier this week, the owner now says police were after sites that dealt in piracy and copyright infringement.
Looking for new ways to avoid raids and the seizure of its information-full servers, the file-sharing service moves all of its content to the cloud.
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Following numerous raids across Europe, five are accused of pirating movies, but authorities don't target The Pirate Bay or WikiLeaks. Police say those arrested are not pirating for own financial gain.
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A new site that lets users share digital copies of magazines conveniently slips around U.S. copyright laws by hosting its domain name and servers abroad.