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Topic - Kevin Suh
Kevin Suh, the senior vice president of content protection at the Motion Picture Association of America, said the association filed a detailed complaint against Megaupload in 2010, which triggered a federal investigation.
"He is the biggest copyright infringer in the world," Suh said to the AP.