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Mega.co.nz Launched At A Megaparty At Dotcom Mansion

Mega Launch Live Video Stream

Mega.co.nz Launched At A Megaparty At Dotcom Mansion


Live blog from Alastair Thompson at the Kim Dotcom Mansion
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The guests have arrived for the launch of Mega - the world's first encrypted by default completely private global file sharing company.

All the media material for the launch is at the website itself which is now live at Mega.co.nz

Guests are being treated to canapés and hors d'oeuvres on the terrace at the front while a massive screen awaits out back for the official launch which is being streamed around the world on the anniversary of the police and FBI raid on the very same venue, one year earlier.

The venue for the show....


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The view from the camera position...


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Guests in the sun at the front of the Dotcom Mansion on the terrace...


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