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Federal prosecutors have shut down one of the world's largest file-sharing sites,, on charges of violating piracy laws -- a day after a 24-hour blackout of popular websites such as Wikipedia drew national attention to the issue.

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This is a travesty!!! To shut down one of the world largest file-sharing sites at a time when everyone is fighting so hard to keep the freedom if choice on the internet & stop SOPA!!! This is a slap in the face to just do this inspite of protests against such actions & shut it down without warning to all the people who were using it!

Sure, "some people" may be using it illegally, but many were using it as a way to back up their files in case of a hard-drive crash or away to share home-videos with their friends & family!

If you are as outraged by this as I am & would like revived & your files brought back, sign here!

We must send a message before this goes any further! Today it was, tomorrow, it could be youtube, veoh, photobucket, or facebook... & someday maybe.. The Whole World Wide Web!! Don't let the US turn into Communist China, send a message & take back!!! Free File Sharing for the people!!!

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