New Zealand authorities have placed 18.8% of the Kim Dotcom-founded cloud hosting service Mega under restraining order. The actions involve multi-millionaire William Yan, one of Mega’s largest shareholders, who is alleged to be involved in money laundering. Mega itself is not suspected of wrong-doing.
According to a recent announcement on Mega’s official blog, Kim Dotcom’s popular file-sharing service will be launched soon on iOS Already available for free as Android app in the Google Play Store, Mega for the iOS and Windows sync client is preparing to leave the development and testing phases and roll out: The app will
The two studios claim that Kim’s Mega is already hosting their copyrighted content, and needs to be removed from Google’s search results as soon as possible. In response to their request, Kim said that: “This is in line with the unreasonable content industry behavior we have experienced for years.” After receiving no less than 20
Being unable to personally attend the SXSW, Kim Dotcom made a virtual appearance at the festival via Skype, where he expressed his thoughts about US’ efforts to extradite him, and other issues involving the entertainment industry. As you may know by now, Megaupload’s head is forbidden to leave New Zealand. In addition, Kim is also
It’s been a month since Kim’s Mega was launched, and now the website gathered an impressive number of registered users – up to 3 million. “#Mega launched 1 month ago: 3M+ users, 125M+ files, encryption unbroken, most bugs fixed, mobile apps & sync client coming soon,” Kim tweeted two days ago. Also, according to Dotcom,