Baboom

Kim Dotcom readies new music streaming service, coming in “few months”. Ad-supported, will be called Baboom and share 90% revenues with artists.

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This reboot of Megaupload enforces 2048-bit RSA key encryption of all data stored on the Mega servers. They even have a fancy name for it — User Controlled Encryption (UCE).

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Besides Megaupload, Dotcom also launched a music service called MegaBox, back in July. Dotcom is having a busy after his arrest, and perhaps this arrest has provided his Megaupload business the much needed reboot.

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Kim Dotcom has revealed that he is working on Mega, which will be a cyber-locker like Megaupload, but will work around the legal pitfalls that burnt the latter.

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This is the second time Kim Dotcom has been intimidated by police authorities, and this time, his Megaupload venture has been shut down as well. Kim Dotcom is very upset, and he has embarked upon a journey to take revenge.

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Kim Dotcom

Back in January 2012, the U.S government shutdown the popular file sharing website Megaupload and arrested it’s rich founder Kim Dot Com. The arrest made a lot of news because Megaupload was a very popular service used by millions of users and it also led to several other file sharing websites shutting down. While Kim […]

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Apparently the seizing of assets of internet mogul Kim Dotcom was unwarranted. A New Zealand judge has claimed the seizing of Kim Dotcom’s assets by the police null and void. Kim Dotcom is embroiled in the court case against his website Megaupload

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Legitimate users of Megaupload are planning to sue the FBI. The users of Megaupload say that their non-pirated files were also erased by the FBI. The Pirate Party and EFF are also behind the Megaupload users.

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The US appointed prosecutors cried foul when two more bank accounts were discovered shortly after his bail, with $2000 in them. They also tried to present the possibility of Kim Dotcom having access to forged travel documents, but in vain.

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The EFF has launched MegaRetrieval.com with Megaupload’s hosting providers, to help Megaupload users get their legit data back.

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Megauploads crash has set the cat among the pigeons, as file hosting services are shutting down by droves.

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FileSonic has stopped File downloading with a message “All sharing functionality on FileSonic is now disabled. Our service can only be used to upload and retrieve files that you have uploaded personally.” No more downloads on Filesonic thanks to Megaupload takedown.

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Uploaded.to Banned in U.S.

Uploaded.to not working in the US. Uploaded.to is blocking users from US with a message “Our service is currently unavailable in your country” in retaliation of the Megaupload shutdown.

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Megaupload New Website

Megaupload site back online? Looks like Megaupload owners are bringing the Megaupload site back online through a different domain and IP address. Megaupload users may be able to recover their uploaded files

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The founder of Megaupload Kim Dotcom, along with three others was arrested at New Zealand, on request by US authorities. Megaupload was one of the 18 domains owned by Kim Dotcom and his company, and all of them were seized following raids on their three datacenters.

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