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Kim Dotcom's Mega Is Removing Files at a Frenzied Pace - Posted January 31, 2013
Kim Dotcom's latest website, Mega, promised to be a replacement of Megaupload, the file-sharing and mostly-pirated video host site the government took down a year ago. But Mega is a cloud-storage service: Users have access to their files, but n... [AllFacebook]

Kim Dotcom's MEGA: Craziest Product Launch Ever? - Posted January 22, 2013
We know that none of our loyal readers have ever used the Internet to download copyrighted content that they didn't pay for. Still, you really have to watch this frankly insane product launch event staged by Kim Dotcom: international fugitive, founder of the now-defunct MegaUpload and defender of file sharers and... [FishbowlDC]

Brace for Megaupload Replacement Site to Launch This Weekend - Posted January 18, 2013
Kim Dotcom has promised to launch this weekend a replacement for Megaupload, one year after that site was shut down by U.S. law enforcement for facilitating copyright infringement. Mega will offer 50 gigabytes of free storage. The site will also offer premium subscriptions for 500 GB and, 2 and 4 ter... [AllFacebook]

Tech Round Up: Newsle Gets Better, Facebook Does Not - Posted February 24, 2012
San Francisco's Newsle has just made it easier to stalk, eh, I mean research, your friends by now offering instant news alerts. The service, founded by two Harvard University sophomores and released ... [FishbowlDC]

Megaupload Mega Shutdown Proves We Need Neither SOPA or PIPA - Posted January 27, 2012
While two Megaupload executives have been bailed out of jail in New Zealand on Internet piracy charges filed in the U.S., Sandvine has released figures on how the shutdown of Megaupload affected other networks worldwide. Sandvine... [GalleyCat]

Megaupload Mega Shutdown Proves We Need Neither SOPA or PIPA - Posted January 27, 2012
[caption id="attachment_33127" align="alignright" width="200" caption="Kim Dotcom"][/caption] While two Megaupload executives have been bailed out of jail in New Zealand on Internet piracy charges filed in the U.S., Sandvine has released f... [FishbowlDC]

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