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IFPI shuts down two Argentinean file sharing sites

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 06 Aug 2009 2:14 User comments (2)

IFPI shuts down two Argentinean file sharing sites Just a week after shutting down the large Argentinean file-sharing site Qsound, the anti-piracy group IFPI has shut down two more sites, and
Qsound had 1,500 registered users sharing music files and the IFPI says the "site contained more than 2,000 posts linking to around 3,000 unauthorized music files before it was closed."

Zona-mp3 had 11,000 users "and more than 2,000 postings of mostly local rock repertoire, was shut down after local labels organization CAPIF notified the site’s Internet service provider."

Deathvalley, the largest of the three, had 30,000 members and was dedicated to music piracy as well.

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2 user comments

16.8.2009 2:36

woo great job IFPI 3 down a billion to go

26.8.2009 13:56

That's why you stick to the Russian sites. Those don't get shut down...

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