cyberlocker


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cyberlocker

An umbrella term for a website that stores content uploaded from users. See cloud storage, media sharing site, online music service and peer-to-peer network.
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101 (2013) (analyzing charges of criminal copyright infringement against the cyberlocker Megaupload).
Afterwards, on December 3, 2013 the Southern District Court of Florida declared Hotfile Corp et al civilly liable for copyright infringement (36), on the basis of the business model employed by the cyberlocker and due to the ability the same had to stimulate and control the users' infringing behavior.
com (last visited June 13, 2012) (describing the plight of the independently released 2009 film And Then Came Lola, which became available through more than 50,000 unauthorized links, online streams, and cyberlocker websites, many of which generated money for the uploaders).
For example, Attributor developed the FairNotice Feed, a widget that gives hosting sites, cyberlockers, and P2P networks a real-time view of unauthorized content that may be hosted on their sites.
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Also, data from cyberlocker downloads and online streaming is not included.
Unlike P2P networks, which require a dedicated client application (such as uTorrent for BitTorrent or eMule for eDonkey), users of a cyberlocker only need a Web browser to store or access content on it.
Italy has targeted a total of 27 BitTorrent and cyberlocker websites in the biggest file-sharing crackdown since 2010.
htm) rude awakening when police shut down the entire cyberlocker for his website Megaupload, which was one of the largest file-sharing sites at the time.
As storage costs have come down, cyberlockers have become more popular.