Last Friday, we brought you word that Kim DotCom’s Mega will offer users up to 50GB of free storage on the cloud among other goodies, and over the weekend, Kim DotCom’s personal “sequel” to MegaUpload has been launched for public use. This comes about one year after his pet project, MegaUpload, was nullified by U.S. law enforcement officials who had piracy in their sights.
DotCom tweeted earlier, “As of this minute one year ago #Megaupload was destroyed by the US Government. Welcome to http://Mega.co.nz.” DotCom continued, “Site is extremely busy. Currently thousands of user registrations PER MINUTE.”
Are you one of those who have jumped aboard the Mega bandwagon, and how have you found your experience of Mega so far? Is it up to snuff, and just what are you going to do with 50GB of free storage space? Do share with us your next step in the comments. I am quite sure that most of us would just send plenty of photos and videos to the cloud, in order to relieve our external hard drives of some space for additional uploads of data from your digital camera and other digital devices.
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