New Zealand appears to be embracing Kim DotCom and the service he’s creating to replace MegaUpload.
DotCom announced on Twitter that his new cloud-storage service will use a New Zealand-based domain: Mega.co.nz. DotCom attempted to use a domain name from the West African country of Gabon, but that country’s administration last week ordered that the domain, Me.ga, be suspended.
DotCom didn’t waste time in finding a new domain name.
“New Zealand will be the home of our new website: Mega.co.nz,” DotCom wrote, adding that the site will operate within the law. He previously said that the new service will launch in January.
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