Megaupload founder promotes a new website

Kim Dotcom, the billionaire founder of the Megaupload file sharing service have now resurfaced on promoting a new site called Megabox, a file sharing service and to discover new music via his new Twitter account @KimDotcom. Kim is currently awaiting an extradition case from New Zealand, as this billionaire is wanted by the FBI in the United States for various charges of copyright infringement. Apparently this has not deterred the man from coming up with new and innovative ideas to make money online through offering premium services from downloading and streaming content online.

All the best to Kim Dotcom in his latest internet venture.


    1. How do I copyright a reality show idea i have??? I have emailed a producer and i must fill out a form to do it.

    2. I want to sell my artwork online but I feel the need to copyright it before hand. How much is it? What steps do I need to take? I want to sell my artwork on posters, postcards, matted, just copied not original. Should I not? I am open to any suggestions to do this the best way possible!

    3. I am currently in the UK, How can I copyright my book which is currently in its early stages? Can I copyright my specific expression of ideas and concepts?

      I am asking because this is my first book, and there are quite a few people interested in previewing the first chapter.

    4. I want to copyright something so I am credited if it is replicated for some other purpose, I’m not worried about receiving royalties as I don’t imagine it would sell very well anyway.

    5. Why is it that some people can get away with copyright infringement on Youtube and other people (like myself) cannot upload anything even remotely related to copyrighted content?

    6. Hi,

      I’m wondering what the difference between breaking copyright law and plagarism is?

      Is breaking copyright law illegal but plagarism is simply unethical and unprofessional?

      Thank you in advance for replies 🙂

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