Mega isn't the safe haven for pirates anymore

Mr. Kim Dotcom, the man behind Megaupload.com is back in news again. The founder was in trouble early last year when he was charged in New Zealand for copyright infringement on Megaupload.com.

Kim recently launched the a new service called Mega. Mega offers a cloud storage service upto 50GB of free storage space. Kim seems to have learned quite a few lessons from the infamous megaupload.com issue.

At Mega now the bandwidth is limited and file size of greater than 100MB for download is allowed only on Pro account holders. This is basically to discourage Mega users from uploading pirated movies.

Mega also offers cloud storing service which are paid accounts. These Pro packages are for 500GB, 2 TB and 4 TB storage space respectively. The bandwidth also is significantly higher than in the free account.

So you could just give it a try.. MEGA

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