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article imageVideo: Kim Dotcom on MEGA and his major launch party

By Anne Sewell     Jan 23, 2013 in Internet
Coatesville - One year after authorities shut down the website, Megaupload, Kim Dotcom unveiled his brand new project with a party at his huge mansion in Coatesville, New Zealand.
Digital Journal reported on January 20 that Kim Dotcom had launched his new file-sharing service MEGA, one year to the day after the FBI raided and shut down his previous website Megaupload.
In the video, Dotcom is interviewed by Andrew Blake of RT News about his new file-sharing service, MEGA, that encrypts all data in order to protect users' privacy. He explains that with the new website, users' privacy is maintained with an encryption key that only the user knows, ensuring that the FBI or other officials will have no access to their files.
He also discusses his view of the future of the internet, and we get a glimpse of the huge launch party held at the mansion to celebrate both the launch of the new project, and also to commemorate last year's raid on the mansion, including a reenactment of the raid.
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