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Kim Dotcom's new Me.Ga file sharing site is not getting rave reviews from hackers and some government officials.
Earlier this week, Kim Schmitz, the man who calls himself Kim Dotcom, announced the domain for his new, supposedly 100% legal file sharing service “Mega.”
UPC, an Irish Internet Service Provider (or ISP) is having some trouble explaining itself this week. Torrent hungry UPC users began noticing a block on peer to peer sharing site The Pirate Bay on Monday.
Though he’s facing the full force of the FBI and entertainment industries for operating Megaupload, a file sharing service, Kim Schmitz (who later had his name changed to Kim Dotcom) is planning to get back into the business.
The Pirate Bay has moved its servers into the cloud in an effort to thwart authorities targeting BitTorrent sites.
Kim Dotcom, Megaupload file-sharing site founder, is starting to see the tables turn in his favor after receiving an apology from the Prime Minister of New Zealand.
Nomadesk is excited to announce that the company’s success and growth have landed them a spot in Deloitte’s Fast50. Austin, Texas (PRWEB) September 21, 2012
U.S. Internet service providers are moving forward with a controversial “six strikes” anti-piracy program, and will launch the plan by the end of the year, ArsTechnica reported on Wednesday.
Google is abandoning ship when it comes to The Pirate Bay's domain names, blacklisting and censoring the file sharing site from the popular search engine.
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