Jan 18, 2013
Kim Dotcom’s Mega officially launches tomorrow, but we’re already in. From the membership plans we showed you this morning, the service might look like it’s just another online storage locker like Dropbox or Google Drive. But it’s way more than that. Mega is a weapon aimed straight at copyright rights holders. It’s maybe the most private, invincible file-sharing service of all time.
When you first sign in, you see (instead of a big red button coyly promising to change the world) a simple drag-and-drop upload tool. A Mega upload tool.
via Hands On With Kim Dotcom’s New Mega: This Service Could Dismantle Copyright Forever.
Tags: Copyright, Dropbox, Filesharing, Google, Kim Dotcom, Kim Schmitz, Mega, megaupload
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