Kim Dotcom unveils Mega, the 'completely secure' successor to Megaupload

Danny Palmer
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Filesharing site will use encryption to keep users' identity secure

Kim Dotcom, founder of the filesharing site Megaupload, which was shut down by US authorities, has revealed its replacement, Mega, which he says will protect file uploaders' identities. The webs...

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