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AllofMP3 statement regarding the WTO negotiations

We support Russia in its decision to join WTO and hope that this step will help to put an end to Cold War phobias and that it will also help to facilitate world trade and to adjust business standards especially in the intellectual property domain.

Russia has undertaken obligations to take certain measures to shut down illegal websites. has been listed as an example. We believe it's a misunderstanding arising from biased misleading information presented to the WTO negotiation teams from Russia and USA. operates in full compliance with Russian laws which has been confirmed by well-known law firms. In this regard, we believe that the site cannot be forced to cease its activities due to Russia’s entry to WTO unless Russian legislation undergoes significant changes.

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