Kim Dotcom starts new mega website

Most of our readers will remember a website called Megaupload and with it the name Kim Dotcom. The Internet entrepreneur has performed a number of interviews this week to promote a new mega file sharing website with what is being called a ‘military’ standard of encryption. Kim Dotcom is not only starting this new mega website for users, but also wants to offer the API and their technology to 3rd parties for creating VOIP and email services.

Kim Dotcom’s interview about new mega website — below this article you can see a video featuring Kim Dotcom, which runs for just under 4 minutes and shows his take on the new service being offered. He clearly explains that we all have a right to privacy and we are sure most of our readers want more Internet privacy, but do you agree with Kim Dotcom’s views shared in this video? Take a look and let us know in the comments.

It is also worth noting that Kim Dotcom not only talks about the return of a new mega website, but he also touches on some of the politics in the United States and his view that they’re monitoring everything we do.

The new Kim Dotcom mega website will offer 50GB of free storage space, although will you trust his encryption promise? In the video Dotcom talks about his changes and claimed “online spying and invasion“. He also said he “respects copyright” but doesn’t respect a business model that encourages piracy.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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