We reported late last week that online storage service RapidShare has been named on a list of six “notorious” copyright infringing websites by the US Congressional International Anti-Piracy Caucus. Well, the company isn’t happy, as you might imagine. “”It is outrageous that a caucus of the United States Congress connects our website to piracy,” says founder Christian Schmid. “Adding RapidShare to an enumeration of shady companies, most of which pursue business models and goals that differ completely from ours, demonstrate that the RIAA and the US Congress lack in-depth knowledge of our company’s operations.” The company says rival file-hosting sites encourage piracy much more openly. Source: ZeroPaid

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