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I think that's a very poor business choice by Arash. Third party developers need freedom.

They don't want their brand associated with piracy. According to the developer, they have resolved the issue in a civil way. I don't see a problem here.

Think of all the bandwidth charges Dropbox would be incurring if this took off. They'd have to make the service more expensive for everyone.

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