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File hosting, file synchronization, and cloud storage service based in Shenandoah, Texas, United States. Wikipedia

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    File hosting service operated by the American company Dropbox, Inc., headquartered in San Francisco, California, that offers cloud storage, file synchronization, personal cloud, and client software. Founded in 2007 by MIT students Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi as a startup company, with initial funding from seed accelerator Y Combinator. Wikipedia

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  • After hearing the song "Born Stupid" on the compilation, Pearson searched out and downloaded Wormrot's debut, Abuse, from file-sharing site MediaFire.Wormrot-Wikipedia
  • On 16 June, LulzSec posted a random assortment of 62,000 emails and passwords to MediaFire.LulzSec-Wikipedia
  • In July 2011, one of Kitty's Tumblr followers compiled a mixtape out of songs ripped from her blog, and made it available to download through MediaFire.Kitty (rapper)-Wikipedia
  • According to MediaFire CEO Derek Labian, he and his file hosting company are not concerned by the Megaupload incident because "Megaupload was making a ridiculous amount of money with a ridiculously bad service... We don't have a business built on copyright infringement."Megaupload-Wikipedia
  • The official website crashed after too many people tried to download the game, leading to subsequent mirror downloads on Reddit and later MediaFire.Slender: The Eight Pages-Wikipedia
  • He also managed nine Twitter accounts based on his characters, where he left links to journals and videos he uploaded on MediaFire.Eaton Township Weis Markets shooting-Wikipedia

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