The dramatic shutdown of Megaupload and the US government's case against the operators of the service has the potential to alter the entire service provider landscape, not just in the United States but all around the world. Indeed, some observers believe that has already happened. After defeating attempts to put him back behind bars yesterday, Mega founder Kim Dotcom is back with more insights into the reasons behind the site's closure.
Kim Dotcom has parted ways with Baboom, a music streaming service he supported and used to launch ‘Good Times,’ his first-ever album. The platform is currently available as a preview for early access users, although Baboom says it’l... Read Post
While Kim Dotcom continues to fight his Megaupload copyright case in New Zealand and the United States, a new academic study concludes that “the closing of a major online piracy site can increase digital media sales, and by extensio... Read Post