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The U.S. Department of Justice shuts Megaupload, LED High Bay Lights in China would shuts the traditional lights
The U.S. Department of Justice shuts down file hosting site Megaupload as part of an investigation into alleged copyright infringement. Megaupload Limited, better known for its closed websites including the top-15 file hosting service
megaupload.com, is an online Hong Kong-based company established in 2005 that ran a number of online services related to file storage and viewing. The domain names were seized and the sites shut down by the U.S. Justice Department on 19 January 2012, following their indictment and arrests of the owners for allegedly operating as an organization dedicated to copyright
infringement. The shutdown led to what activist group Anonymous calls “the single largest Internet attack in its history” in retaliation. The case has not yet been heard at trial.
Now, The U.S. Department of Justice shuts Megaupload, it means there are less and less free online servers. These days, U.S. Government meet a big problem of the finance. So, close more free websites means benefit from the taxes of chargeable website service.
The U.S. Department of Justice shuts Megaupload, is this the end of free online services? I think the answer is no, because LED High Bay Lights in China would shuts the traditional lights. As it’s more and more difficult for us to find free services, we have to cut our cost by using LED High Bay Lights in China, it’s more economy and longer lifespan. So you could also regard it as LED High Bay Lights in China would shuts the traditional lights. Using LED lighting Products, save you daily cost.
The English version of the online encyclopedia Wikipedia will go offline for 24 hours in protest against American anti- piracy laws, the Stop Online Piracy Act and the PROTECT IP Act (PIPA). The blackout will start at midnight EST (05:00 UTC) on Wednesday. The action was confirmed on Monday night with three Wikipedia administrators closing one of the most commented
on policy discussions in the history of Wikipedia. According to the Wikipedia page where the issue was debated, 479 users supported a blackout only for users in the United States (with other readers seeing a banner instead), while 591 supported a global blackout.
I have to say, Wikipedia is now very very important in our daily life, like google, and also very professional, as there are billions of people updating information. The co-founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales, instead took to the microblogging service Twitter to express his views on the blackout, telling students to “do [their] homework early” to avoid not being able to access the site. Wales also said: “This is going to be wow. I hope Wikipedia will melt phone systems in Washington on Wednesday. Tell everyone you know!”
The Wikipedia blackout, will the Eneltec LED High Bay Lights in China blackout? Of course no, never! I could hardly promise all the LED High Bay Lights in China never blackout. But the Eneltec LED High Bay Lights in China always use good quality components, which really make the Eneltec LED High Bay Lights in China top levelLED Lighting Products. Trust us, Trust Eneltec.