A recent report unveiled the launch of a new file sharing service named Mega. It has further been claimed that it will replace the now shut down Megaupload file-sharing website.
It has further been said the new file-sharing network would be unveiled in the month of January. It was further explained that the new website has been made raid-proof since it would be hosted outside the US. It has also been claimed that all the files would be encrypted before they're uploaded.
"The new Mega will not be threatened by US prosecutors. The new Mega avoids any dealings with US hosters, US domains and US backbone providers and has changed the way it operates to avoid another takedown", said Megaupload's founder Kim Dotcom, while claiming that since Mega would not be able to view the files uploaded to the system, thus it would be held liable for any sort of infringement.
It was earlier this year that his house was raided and was even jailed too. He is expected to attend an extradition hearing in January. As the website is all set to unveil in January, it would be worth seeing what future holds for it in the time to come.
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