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Google screws Mega (UPDATED with Mega CEO response)

The cloud storage war just got even more intense | Boosted encryption eliminates the one point of difference for Kim Dotcom's Mega — which is soon to reverse listing on the NZX and must be watching overseas developments nervously.

Chris Keall
Wed, 02 Jul 2014

Last week, Google said it was adding encryption to its Drive online storage and file sharing service.

On the face of things, it looked like bad news for Kim Dotcom's startup Mega, which will reverse-list on the NZX in August.

I don't think the US giant was particularly targeting Mega. Rather,

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Chris Keall
Wed, 02 Jul 2014
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