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Still No Charges Month After Feds Close 'Piracy' Sites

New York Times interviews the outraged victims of Janet Napolitano's crackdown. They say the MPAA and Music Industry even gave them promotional material that they later claimed was illegally pirated. Torrent Finder, which is still operational at, didn't host anything copyrighted, it simply acted as a search engine like Google or Yahoo.

The feds used false accusations to get a warrant for the seizures. No charges have been made since the authoritarian actions a month ago.

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