Mediafire is fine for now. I'm able to access my files. Of course, none contain pirated content. If yours do, then it sounds like you're f***ed.
Here's some company insight and a quote from the CEO that will shed some light on your problem:Another reason Labian said he wasn’t worried about the government stepping in is because the company maintains a “good relationship” with various government bodies, including “Homeland Security, ICE, and the FBI.” Following DMCA protocols, whenever MediaFire is notified of a copyrighted file being shared inappropriately, the company immediately takes it down.
MediaFire, DropBox, YouSendIt, Rapidshare, and a couple of others are all under fed observation. If you are using these sites to share or house pirated content, don't be surprised if you suddenly cannot access your files.
It appears the file sharing sites are beginning to comply with the fed. They don't want to see any version of SOPA/PIPA pass in Congress, so they're working with various industries (recording industry, motion picture association, entertainment software association, etc.) to put an end to theft.
What's a guy to do?
I suggest going to BestBuy, fye, Target or Wal-Mart and downloading as many hard copies of CDs as you can into your jacket and trouser pockets. Then attempt to leave the store without getting caught. But don't worry if you do get caught because all you'll need to do is tell them you have a right to take the music.