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MegaUpload Plans Return — Outside the U.S.

It has been more than seven months since Megaupload was shut down for violating anti-piracy law by hosting copyrighted material, and Kim Dotcom is beginning to make grandiose claims about a relaunch of his site. He announced more of the new site's planned features over Twitter on Tuesday.

"MEGA will return. Bigger. Better. Faster. Free of charge & shielded from attacks. Evolution!" tweeted the founder of Megaupload. Dotcom also posted, "We are building a massive global network. All non-US hosters will be able to connect servers [and] bandwidth. Get ready."

Source: International Business Times. Read full article. (link)

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  • Lord Rae||

    Guy has balls I'll give him that. If you had the US force another country to stage a raid on your house in numbers and intensity that is usually reserved for someone like Osama Bin Laden (they had helicopters too) I doubt I'd be taunting them. Especially when they confiscated all his money so he can't pay his attorneys.