One of my sites looks like this now:Gosh darn! you MPAA!Can some kind European tell me if thepiratecity.org works in their country? If it's not then MPAA is breaking the law.Edit: Cleaned up language
on 07/23/2010 – Made popular on 07/23/2010
Earlier this week, we wrote about the MPAA's announced plans to sue Megaupload in a civil lawsuit to pile on to the criminal charges the company is already facing. As we noted, there's no legitimate reason for such a lawsuit, given the criminal lawsuit already underway, other than as a way to try to get a favorable court ruling it can use against others.
Select Your Language Page is that single page you see when you arrived for the first time on a website like cocacola.com or nintendo.com, a pre-home page, with a list of options: language, country, region, etc, normally related to a big brand or name with presence all over the world or some many others sites with the idea of being seen in any country, like mini-sites or promotional sites even
Now all they have to do is go after Asia and the Orient, lol, but that won't happen, too hard to chase ghosts that don't have the same level of legal recourse. The MPAA just lost all those movie makers a customer. The biggest mistake this guy made, not basing his operation in an untouchable country like Tonga. ;)