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    Hackers and Gabon Burst Dotcom’s Bubble, MegaUpload Successor Won’t Use Spiffy Domain As Planned

    Not to be confused with Gaben, which refers to Valve head Gabe Newell, Gabon is a sovereign state located in Africa which just so happens to control the .ga top-level domain. Because Kim Dotcom is clearly a clever wordsmith, it was announced that the upcoming successor to MegaUpload would be called "Mega" and -- you guessed it -- exist at the Me.ga address. It looks like that's not going to happen, though, as both the Gabon government and an anonymous group of hackers have pulled the plug on Me.ga before the service even had a chance to launch.

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    MegaUpload Successor May Launch on the Anniversary of Kim Dotcom’s Arrest

    Despite the best efforts of copyright-holders everywhere, it looks like MegaUpload is poised to make a comeback of sorts. The pirate site's founder Kim Dotcom already announced that he's working on a cloud-based successor to the site. Ever the troll, Dotcom now says that he plans to launch his new streaming site, simply entitled "Mega"exactly one year after a SWAT team arrested him during an assault on his New Zealand estate.

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