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Pirate New Megaupload Massive Global Network Will "Change The World"

Posted: 28 Aug 2012
New Megaupload Will Be Massive Global Network To Change The World







In July, a little over six months since the January raids on Megaupload, Kim Dotcom told the world his now-infamous service would be back.


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“MEGA will return. Bigger. Better. Faster. Free of charge & shielded from attacks. Evolution!” the Megaupload founder announced on Twitter.
Coming from most regular people in the online space, such claims might be considered fanciful, particularly given the precarious situation Dotcom and his associates find themselves in. But with enthusiasm, energy and positivity coming out of his every pore, there is something about the larger-than-life German that inspires confidence that these were not casual off-the-cuff remarks.


Today, in a series of announcements, Dotcom has added to his earlier promise that not only will Megaupload return, it will indeed be bigger, better and more secure than ever before.
“Developers get ready. The Mega API [application programming interface] will provide incredible powers. Our API and your Mega tools will change the world,” Dotcom said.


Knowing Dotcom’s history of never doing anything in half measures or on a modest scale, the Internet entrepreneur says he’s going large with the new Megaupload and is inviting almost everyone to join him in scaling the system.

With a shake of the head towards those who he claims preside over a corrupt administration, Dotcom implies he is excluding one nation from supplying infrastructure to the new Megaupload.

“We are building a massive global network. All non-US hosters will be able to connect servers & bandwidth,” he explained.

According to Dotcom we can expect a Megaupload with an even greater range of applications than just file-sharing. While developers of file managers are being encouraged to get in touch for early API access, Dotcom is also calling out to those involved in email and fax tools, VOIP and video apps.

And to those looking forward to a new Megaupload with more privacy, Dotcom says that the new service will offer one-click encryption of all data transfers, on the fly, and for free.

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“They abused the wrong guy. I am going to turn this world upside down. Power to the people. Bye bye Echelon. Hello Freedom,” Dotcom concludes.
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Not to say that Kim is an angel, he's not. Still he got a dirty deal. One that he is fixing to do payback on.

I think what really shook the tree here in the states, is him setting up to do the Megabox. If you are not familiar with that, Megabox was how he was going to sell new artists coming to Megaupload.

You see, the major labels have forever given the artist the shaft. They pay an initial lump sum to the band. By the time everyone gets their cut out of that lump sum the band hasn't made much per individual member. It's been often sited that they would make more money working a minimum wage job than making music. The major label won't pay them royalties until all the money spent is recouped, including the lump sum. There is nothing in that which says the major labels should watch their spending in charging back to the band. So it's usually high prices because the majors get to keep all the money till everything is paid back.

What Kim proposed was the death knell to major labels. He wanted the artists to give the music for free; no payment at the start. The artists get to keep their copyright. But the way they would have gotten paid was through serving ads to those that wanted to play the music. Megaupload would have kept something like 10% for the fee to host them and everything else would have went back to the artists. The majors were luckly to be paying 5%, if that. With that kind of deal, few if any bands would want to sign a contract to a major label. Megaupload would have required those that wanted to hear the music to download a special Megabox player that would have served the ads as well as the music. I suspect this more than anything else was the reason for the bust.

Since this hasn't shut him down, it looks like more hard times are ahead for the music industry and maybe for movies as well.
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