The founder of Megaupload Kim Dotcom, and the most wanted man on the internet, has revealed his new plans as the successor to his wildly popular Megauploder file sharing service.which that the new web portal will go on live from the coming January 20, 2013, basically laughing in the face of US prosecutors and copyright advocates that have been trying for his indictment in a high-profile case involving alleged copyright infringement via his web service.
Dotcom besides with his co-defendants U .N agency have managed to search out associate innovative to circumvent objections created against the services of Megaupload, by giving users direct management – and responsibility – over their files. The planned new cryptography primarily implies that house owners of the positioning can don't have any plan concerning what content is being keep on their servers. the sole ones with access to the specified coding key are the users United Nations agency transfer the files themselves, thereby additionally providing redoubled security against hacking. In one more snub to U.S. prosecutors, Dotcom has aforesaid that the new web site won't use U.S.-based hosting corporations as partners, so as to avoid being clean up by U.S. authorities.
Before the service has been end up January, 2012, it was one of the largest file storage and viewing services in the world, with an average of 50 million hits per day.