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      Wednesday
      Jul182012

      Megaupload files motion to dismiss brief arguing US position unsupported by case law

      Megaupload filed a brief today responding to the DOJ asking the US Court to dismiss the criminal case and indicating that the United States has failed to provided any case law support for their suggested alternative methods of service of a foreign corporate entity.

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