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  1. gr8simba

    Welcome back :)

    Welcome Back
  2. Me & My Love

    1. Half Monk

      Half Monk

      U got ur love. congrats

  3. Dinner Time xD Return in 30 min

  4. Atlast Recover from Serious Injury :) Welcome Back CW

    1. CyberAbc

      CyberAbc

      Welcome bro. Hope u feel better now and may god bless u.

    2. gr8simba
  5. I don't care what is written about me so long as it isn't true.

    1. ghostxdreams2

      ghostxdreams2

      ok-----> ur a bow legged cow girl riding a mule ;)

    2. Saa212

      Saa212

      let giv a try ... i agree :P

  6. gr8simba

    Cool Car

    Nice attempt.
  7. A cyberlocker being sued for $34.8 million by an adult studio agreed in principle to a remarkable set of demands to settle a copyright infringement lawsuit. TorrentFreak has learned that file-hosting service Oron said it would turn over the IP addresses, banking details and email addresses of users alleged to have infringed copyright. The troubled cyberlocker then offered to assist plaintiff Liberty Media in civil prosecutions against its own customers. Last month, adult studio Corbin Fisher (through owners Liberty Media) sued the operators of file-hosting service Oron for a cool $34.8 million, claiming that they induce the sharing of copyright infringing files via their service. The rhetoric in court filings has been harsh, with Liberty Media’s lawyer Marc Randazza openly referring to Oron as ‘criminals’ who do not quality for safe harbor under the DMCA. After having their funds in the US frozen, Oron unsuccessfully tried to have several hundred thousand dollars released, ostensibly to pay for their legal battles and hosting. A judge agreed to release $100,000 but no more, leading Liberty Media to warn Oron users that the file-hoster could collapse. But for all the rhetoric and public aggression, more considered discussions were going on behind the scenes last month. It is already a matter of record that Liberty Media asked Oron for $500,000 to settle the case and that Oron rejected the amount as “unreasonable”. But the negotiations between the two companies went much further than straightforward cash offers – much, much further. TorrentFreak has learned that on June 23rd Oron offered Liberty Media $50,000, some ten times less than was originally demanded. In addition, Oron said that should an agreement be reached it could become particularly helpful towards the adult studio. After a request from Liberty, Oron said it could indeed take “both strong and bold measures to keep Liberty Media content off of its servers” by giving Liberty direct and “unfettered” deletion access to its systems. Then, in order to generate revenue, removed copyright-infringing content could be substituted for links pointing to locations where people could buy official product from Liberty instead. “Oron will receive no income from such links until Liberty has recouped gross income of $400,000 after which Liberty shall pay to Oron 50% of its profits from said links,” Oron suggested. There is nothing particularly surprising in the above since similar systems are operated at other file-hosting sites. But this is where things begin to escalate. Oron also offered to “permanently ban, by email address, PayPal account, IP address or any other reasonable and robust metric, any user who is the subject of even a single Liberty Media takedown notice.” Any user flagged as infringing Liberty’s copyrights would also have their payments frozen by Oron. Then, in a wakeup call to anyone who thinks that cyberlockers offer almost bulletproof security, at Liberty Media’s request Oron confirmed that should a settlement deal be reached, the company could offer the following: Oron will assist Liberty in identification and civil prosecution of any parties who have been using Oron to distribute Liberty’s copyrighted material, including but not be limited to, full disclosure of IP addresses, banking information, emails and any other information that may assist in Liberty in such prosecution. Finally, and to wrap the whole deal up in a neat bow, Oron accepted Liberty Media’s offer to provide “some public relations help for Oron in order to minimize the chance of other lawsuits being brought against it” by stating, contrary to earlier assertions, that Oron does deserve safe harbor under the DMCA after all. Liberty Media’s offer was dated June 22 and Oron’s counter offer was dated June 23 with a June 25 deadline. General agreement was evident on all major issues except the cash offer. Whether their differences on that point will kill the whole deal remains to be seen. from torrentfreak
  8. gr8simba

    Cool Text: Logo And Graphics Generator

    Very Impressive Vince
  9. gr8simba

    113 Useful RUN command

    Nice share bro keep coming ...... Knowledge is power.
  10. A United States District Judge indicated in a hearing today that a little more time is needed to consider the fate of data uploaded by a Megaupload user and lost when the file-hosting company was closed without warning by U.S. authorities. The user’s case is being championed by the EFF who heard today that an order would be issued “shortly”. Additionally, the judge said he would schedule a hearing to consider Megaupload’s motion to dismiss. It’s been almost six months since Megaupload’s servers were raided and seized by U.S. authorities, a long time if you have valuable data stored on the companies now-frozen infrastructure. That’s the predicament sports reporter Kyle Goodwin found himself in after he chose Megaupload as the company to host his videos. Ever since he’s been campaigning for the return of his files with the invaluable help of the EFF. Together they filed a motion demanding a workable solution to enable him, and other users, to regain access to their data. Today the EFF appeared in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia to continue the fight, in the face of what they describe as a government failure to assist Goodwin and other lawful Megaupload users to retrieve their property. According to Bloomberg, during the hearing prosecutors argued that users such as Goodwin should be treated as “unsecured creditors” who should file civil actions against either Megaupload itself or Carpathia Hosting, the company where Megaupload housed its rented servers and where the data remains in limbo. In Court, Assistant U.S. Attorney Andrew Peterson described Megaupload as a service provider as opposed to an entity that holds people’s property. “A file-copying service is what Megaupload provided,” he said. In response, Judge O’Grady noted that Goodwin wasn’t asking for a service to be restored, but his videos back. “He’s asking for his data back, and that’s property, right?” he said. O’Grady did not make a decision on return of the data today, but indicated that one will come soon. “We’ll look at it a little further and issue an order shortly,” he concluded at the end of the hearing. According to PC World, during the hearing O’Grady rejected a request from Megaupload’s lawyers to challenge the Department of Justice’s seizure of Megaupload assets, describing the request as “premature” while noting he’s still considering their motion to dismiss.
  11. You don't have to be Perfect to be a Perfect Parent

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    2. bastrdx

      bastrdx

      im a single parent to ...im not a perfect parent ... just try to be the best i can :)

    3. gr8simba

      gr8simba

      I am sure you guys have a good child :)

    4. gr8simba

      gr8simba

      I am sure you guys have a good child :)

  12. Today i will show how to Mount a Virtual Drive with Daemon Tools. Step 1: First Download the Daemon Tools, Either download a Demo or just get it from CW. (See how to download from Rapidshare) or you can search your program with link of the FileHost thats Premium account sleep's in your pocket or if you are a VIP here than it's doesn't matter for you ;P How to do Search follow simple steps. Step 2: Follow all the steps for installation via text files with different names like Read me, How to Install or Important must read.... etc. These files always comes with the setup simply make your habit to read Instruction files before installing any program. See the screen's below. See how to extract rar file here. Step 3: After Successfully install the Daemon Tools on your system now open it. It won't open like a regular program see what i done in the screens. Caring & Sharing is my hobby. I hope my few words & explanations helps you a lot if yes then dont forget to hit the like button ... gr8simba
  13. gr8simba

    How to extract from a multi-part WinRAR Archive?

    Learn via Screen How to extract from multipart RAR files, spanned RAR files, splitted RAR files, multivolume RAR files, multi-part RAR archives, multi volume RAR archives etc. Remember all are same. Extracting From Multipart RAR Files:
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