Kim Dotcom will sell you a Mega membership for just half a bitcoin
Kim Dotcom will sell you a Mega membership for just half a bitcoin
               

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Kim Dotcom teases new 'secure' and private Mega email, chat, voice, and video services

Mega update: Dotcom's service now accepts Bitcoin, will expand into email, chat, voice, video, and mobile

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Kim Dotcom knows how to stir up a storm on Twitter. On Saturday, he announced Bitcoin support for his cloud storage service and also sent out a slew of tweets suggesting Mega is going to become much more than just the successor to Megaupload. Bitcoin #Mega now accepts #BITCOIN via...
Mega update: Dotcom's service now accepts Bitcoin, will expand into email, chat, voice, video, and mobile

Closing in on 100M files, Mega projects investment round in 6 months, IPO in 18

thenextweb.com
Today Mega announced that it intends on raising a “pre-IPO investment round” in the next six months, and that it could hold an initial public offering (IPO) in the next eighteen months. The company did not list specific investors that it was speaking to. Also, calling the round ‘pre-IPO’ indicates mezzanine or...
Closing in on 100M files, Mega projects investment round in 6 months, IPO in 18

TNW's Daily Dose: Facebook tests 'Buy Tickets' buttons, Kim Dotcom pays out for Mega bugs, and more

thenextweb.com
Facebook tests ‘Buy Tickets’ buttons for events, Kim Dotcom’s Mega pays out for vulnerabilities discovered in its code, and Google’s Solve for X program gets a website refresh. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose. You can catch The Daily Dose every Monday through Friday right here on The Next Web....
TNW's Daily Dose: Facebook tests 'Buy Tickets' buttons, Kim Dotcom pays out for Mega bugs, and more
Seven vulnerabilities found through Mega's security bounty program

As promised, Kim Dotcom starts payouts for Mega vulnerability reward program: Seven bugs fixed in first week

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If you’re a hacker or a security researcher, this is a reminder that you don’t have to take on Google’s or Mozilla’s software to get paid for finding a bug. In its first week, the Mega vulnerability reward program has already confirmed and fixed seven bugs, showing that Dotcom really...
As promised, Kim Dotcom starts payouts for Mega vulnerability reward program: Seven bugs fixed in first week

Kim Dotcom's MEGA cloud storage service gets a Firefox extension

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Kim Dotcom teased it on Twitter a few days ago, and now it’s here: a Firefox add-on for the man’s new MEGA cloud storage service. Firefox is now #MEGA. Install our extension and enjoy blazing transfer speeds. On your next visit you will get an option to install it —...
Kim Dotcom's MEGA cloud storage service gets a Firefox extension

FBI Employees Download Pirated Movies and TV-Shows

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Online piracy is a serious crime according to the FBI. “It’s a growing threat—especially with the rise of digital technologies and Internet file sharing networks,” they write on their website. Over the past years the FBI has been involved in many piracy related cases. The high-profile Megaupload investigation for example,...
FBI Employees Download Pirated Movies and TV-Shows
Top New Zealand web exec joins Kim Dotcom, compares Mega to Google
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