Thursday, November 8th 2012

Me.ga Shutdown Even Before Debut

Following the mega MegaUpload drama, its head Kim Dotcom decided to start its successor, named Mega (with the URL me.ga), registered with the internet TLD .ga for the West African nation Gabon. Following Dotcom's announcement and domain name registration, the URL gained large traffic, but ahead of its debut, the URL has been suspended by people behind the TLD, the Gabon Ministry of Telecommunications. Its minister Blaise Louembe said in a statement, that his country "cannot serve as a platform or screen for committing acts aimed at violating copyrights, nor be used by unscrupulous people." Dotcom's attorney told the press that launch of Mega is on-track, but could feature a different URL.

Source: Tom's Hardware
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27 Comments on Me.ga Shutdown Even Before Debut

#1
tacosRcool
I laugh at them. Still trying to distribute illegal data around the world.
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SaltyFish
by: TheMailMan78
I'm not a racist either. I hate everyone equally.
You hating everyone... sure. It's just that "equally" part you mentioned that leaves me in doubt. Maybe someone just needs a hug.



by: tacosRcool
I laugh at them. Still trying to distribute illegal data around the world.
"UR DOING IT WRONG" - The Pirate Bay :laugh:
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