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Paypal’s Abandonment of Major Cyberlockers May Become Bitcoin’s Big Win

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Paypal is now well known for a sort of sanctimonious attitude towards sites that they feel will damage their ability to make money and now that cyberlockers are under fire from copyright conglomerates such as the RIAA, MPAA, and BRIEN. This comes during the long-burn of Megaupload by the U.S. government at the behest of these copyright cartels and now Paypal pulling out means that many of them will lose a primary source of funding and accessibility to the general public.

That's make me wonder... Paypal is in the wrong side of the history.

Source: http://siliconangle.com/blog/2012/07/11/paypals-abandonment-of-major-cyberlockers-may-become-bitcoins-big-win/
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