After Exactly 1 Year of MegaUpload (One of the biggest File-Sharing Website) being Shut, The Founder of MegaUpload Kim Dotcom is back with another Cloud Storage Site MEGA.co.nz
MegaUpload was doomed by Government because of some Legal Matters about Privacy and Piracy, but this time Dotcom is well-prepared and have things in mind.
Mega Offers 50 GB free Cloud Storage (Larger than all other Free File Sharing or Cloud Storage Services), and if you are not happy with 50 GB, the Prices for further space is also less than all other Leading Storage Services.
If you want 500 GB Space, than the charge is around $14/month.
2 TB Space space is available for around $27/mo and 4 TB for around $40/mo.
Also, You can trust Mega regarding Privacy options because a 2048-bit RSA Key is added to the file before uploading it to the servers.
Even the Mega Team can’t access your files before adding the RSA key that you generated, and only you know that Key, not even the Employees of Mega.
Mega does not have a file-uploading size limit, but some old Browsers might have that limit.
The file that you upload is instantly Uploaded to 2 servers, so if 1 goes down another will let you have access of your file.
You can try MEGA on http://mega.co.nz
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