- cyber- + locker (Wiktionary)
“Federal prosecutors charge that in Megaupload's case, its claim of being a cyberlocker was a cover story for criminal copyright infringement and money laundering on a massive scale'' that the government says netted the conspirators at least $175 million.”
“Movies also dominate such competing file-sharing mechanisms as "cyberlocker" sites, discussed on Page 18 of Envisional's report.”
“attempts to restrict access to the Pirate Bay and other so-called "cyberlocker" sites that encourage illegal downloading - part of government plans to fight online piracy through controversial measures included the Digital Economy Act.”
“For instance, the one-click download "cyberlocker" RapidShare is just tossed into the "digital piracy" category and then listed as the top such "pirate”
“ZML. com was described as a "cyberlocker" that allegedly stored pirated films and TV shows which were made available for users to download.”
“Rapidshare AB, one of the first and largest cyberlocker firms, said it hadn't changed any of its practices following the Megaupload suit and isn't concerned about becoming a target for law enforcement.”
“Officials declined to say if they were eyeing other large cyberlocker sites for similar practices, but one said the Megaupload case should be viewed as a deterrent to anyone who might engage in large-scale illegal file-sharing.”
“Megaupload.com billed itself as a "cyberlocker," a means of storing large data files on distant servers.”
“As Mr. Dotcom rose and then fell, Mr. Schmid receded even more from the cyberlocker spotlight.”
“Megaupload is considered a "cyberlocker," in which users can upload and transfer files that are too large to send by email.”
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