The future of file sharing
November 19, 2012 11:02 AM Subscribe
In an attempt to make itself less desirable to copyright infringers, starting November 27, RapidShare will begin capping non-paying users
at 1 gigabyte of outbound downloads per day. (Paying users will have 30 gigabytes.) Meanwhile, controversial Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom is planning a January debut for his new Mega
service - which plans to insure itself against litigation by having all hosted material encrypted by the uploader's browser before transmission.
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