Gazup! isn't going to help our cause either. It's a web-based service that enables users to upload files to remote hosts so they can then provide links to files from these sites, on their homepage, thus saving their bandwidth. Fantastic, but what are you going to upload to these sites? Photos you'd put on Flickr or other photo-sharing sites. We find that these file hosting services do nothing more than encourage users to upload copyrighted software and then link from their server, with the claim that they are not breaching copyright as they aren't directly hosted on their site. Unfortunately they forget that they can be classed an accessory by simply providing the information (ie link) to other users.
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Or they'll no longer be entitled to updates and bug patches