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Plans for a relaunch of the site were announced in a series of tweets by the site’s owner, Kim Dotcom, who hopes to have the site back up and running on January 20th 2017.He also announced that on the 2017 site previous members would see their accounts reinstated with a free upgrade to premium privileges, storage capacity would be expanded, and there would be no data-transfer limits.He added: 'There are substantial legal issues in play.'The US argues that the site cost copyright holders, which included Hollywood's major movie studios, more than 0million.Prosecutors say intercepted communications show the men talking about being 'modern-day pirates' and 'evil' and that they were part of a conspiracy to profit from copyright infringement.Ma jednak jeden problem: chorobliwa nieśmiałość do kobiet.
'But we're one step away, as far as we're concerned, from winning outright.'Mansfield said they are determined to keep fighting.Dotcom has denied the charges and since 2012 has been resisting extradition to the US as a resident of New Zealand, arguing that his website was a storage facility for files and should not be accountable if any of the content was illegal.The tech entrepreneur is encouraging his followers to spread the news of the site’s relaunch, stating that everyone who tweets that Megaupload is coming back will receive early access to the site.The convicted hacker is currently in jail in New Zealand after being accused of masterminding a scheme that made more than 5million in a few short years by copying and distributing music, movies and other copyrighted content without authorisation.
Dotcom was denied bail last month when Prosecutor Anne Toohey argued at the bail hearing that Dotcom, also known as Kim Schmitz, was a flight risk 'at the extreme end of the scale' because it was believed he had access to funds, had multiple identities and had a history of fleeing criminal charges.
He was arrested in New Zealand in 2012 after a dramatic police raid on his mansion.