Mega, a free cloud storage and file hosting service founded by German-Finnish Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom has been taken over by a Chinese Fraudster, Hollywood and the New Zealand government, and Dotcom doesn’t think your data is “safe” anymore.
Mega no longer ‘safe’
Since his resignation as the company’s director in 2013, Dotcom hasn’t taken a management role nor has taken part in the company board. Nevertheless, he has been an outspoken critic of state authority, privacy and the global monetary system.
“The company has suffered from a hostile takeover by a Chinese investor who is wanted in China for fraud,” explained Dotcom. “He used a number of straw-men and businesses to accumulate more and more Mega shares. Recently his shares have been seized by the NZ government. Which means the NZ government is in control.”
Moreover, due to Dotcom’s ex-wife’s dispute with several Hollywood Studios in 2014, some shares of the Dotcom family have been seized by Hollywood as well.
“Hollywood has seized all the Megashares in the family trust that was set up for my children,” said Dotcom, adding:
“As a result of this and a number of other confidential issues I don’t trust Mega anymore. I don’t think