Negotiations will start on 26 April over what will happen to data taken offline by the shutdown of file-sharing site Megaupload
More than 25 petabytes of data (holy!) were left in legal limbo by the raid, which was co-ordinated by US law enforcement.
Carpathia, the hosting firm which oversaw the servers for Megaupload, has put the hardware in a warehouse while the row over what happens to the data is sorted out.
The US government said Carpathia could delete the data, provided enough had been done to try to return the information to users.
Many still have innocent data on there although i believe the majority are pc, ps3 and xbx games