A judge ruled today that the all the parties involved in the MegaUpload case must work together to come up with an agreement to preserve the data on the file sharing site's servers.
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Data from the servers that hosted the Megaupload file sharing service could be deleted starting as early as Thursday, according to a letter from federal officials to those server hosting companies.