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Après la fermeture de Megaupload, de nombreux sites ont fermés. Pour résumé, la plupart des sites qui proposaient du contenu libre ne sont plus accessibles et ce, de leur propre initiative. Des conséquences qui affectent de nombreux utilisateurs du web, moi le premier (compte premium megaupload…). Voici une liste non exhaustive de ces sites :

4shared: Mass deletion
Enterupload: Redirects to Gev.com
FileJungle (Owned by FileServe): Closed affiliate program, Mass deletion, Testing USA IP blocking
FilePost: Started suspending accounts with infringing material (doing what Hotfile did)
FileServe: Closed affiliate program, Mass deletion
FileSonic (Owned by Fileserve): Closed file-sharing completely
MediaFire: has started to delete files & accounts
MegaUpload: Closed by FBI
MegaVideo: Closed by FBI
UploadStation (Owned by FileServe): Mass deletion, Testing USA IP blocking, losed affiliate program, Closed file-sharing completely (23 Jan)
UploadBox: Closed, (UploadBox file hosting service is no longer available. All files will be deleted on January 30th. Feel free to download the files you store with UploadBox until this date.)
Uploaded: Banned USA IP addresses
VideoBB: Closed affiliate program, Mass deletion
VideoZer: Closed affiliate program, Mass deletion
Wupload: Closed affiliate program
x7.to: Closed

source de la liste : http://www.presse-citron.net/

Un des derniers résistants : Rapishare.

Les grands gagnants :

Le peer-to-peer est sans aucun doute le grand gagnant de cette affaire, BitTorrent et eDonkey reprennent des couleurs et se remettent plus que jamais à la page ! Et oui, on trouve toujours des solutions :)


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