November 1, 2012

Kim Dotcom announces Mega, successor to Megaupload

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According to The Guardian, Kim Dotcom, founder of the banned Megaupload filesharing site, has announced a new version called Mega designed to sidestep the American laws under which he is being prosecuted for 175m ($282m) worth of alleged online piracy, racketeering and money laundering.

quotemarksright.jpgDotcom on Thursday announced the new online storage service, saying it would give users direct control and responsibility over their files. The site has previously been referred to as Megabox in a teaser video.quotesmarksleft.jpg

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