2012/07/13

My mediafire account has been suspended

All files from this blog to mediafire.com won't work anymore.

If you have bootlegs hosted in mediafire, account cancellations can happen. Think about it.

I'll decide what I'm gonna do in the next future.

Sorry for any inconvenience.

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13 Comments:

wightdj said...

That's sad. I had a drive crash and was hoping to find some still live gems in your robust archive.

mike said...

too bad! If you want to try a decent free service, I am using hotfile.com and its been pretty stable and has hardly any problems. I like it better than sendspace, it handles larger files and keeps them longer.

hope you keep on taping and sharing, you've provided some really nice music!!

best to you

ild

Anonymous said...

Sad :-(

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JC said...

Had not checked in for a while...

That seems to be the nature of things.

The file storage world seems quite unstable these days. That may put a fair amount of labor at risk.

It seems a hard way to share but I thank those who choose that mode whatever their reasons.

It's All Tunes To Me said...

That sucks I lost over 2800 cds to a suspended account 10 months ago .

Bernie said...

As said in The Kinks' title: "Where have all the good times (megaupload) gone?"

Anonymous said...

Too bad, I really liked your taste in music. Fortunately, I just about completed downloading everything I was interested in days before this happened. As I tell everyone, I would be happy to buy legitimate copies if only someone would make them.

Bernie said...

Thank you for your comments.
Anyway, don't worry, I'll keep on posting new stuff, of course, not hosted in mediafire.

In two weeks I expect to post an upcoming great concert.

JC said...

Thanks and hope the next is more suitable. The concerts are my interest (and presumably may draw a little less scrutiny than the releases).

kinabalu said...

I did a check up on Mediafire and it turns out that it is a US-based enterprise, as you can see here:

http://www.whois.com/whois/mediafire.com

US-based companies may be more sensitive to US legislation than non-US based ones and more inclined to delete accounts if they think these accounts can get them into trouble. So I would consider using file servers based elsewhere. Personally, I'm using one based in Switzerland and one in Hong Kong. There's no guarantee, however, but it might be relatively safer.

Bernie said...

Thank you for the advice.

davide said...

Thanks for your posts, especially the avantguarde jazz ones

SuperNova Nova said...

Dude use http://www.megafirez.com it is simple and free n fast n easy upload and download,they never suspend any accounts

 

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