Here we go again.
Larger than life file-sharing kingpin Kim Dotcom was arrested and charged with copyright infringement for his now shuttered website Megaupload -- but that's not stopping the controversial figure.
Dotcom just uploaded several screenshots to Twitter showing the Mega service, his planned successor the Megaupload service.
The new screens show the ultrasecure, 2048-bit encryption that will secure files sent to the servers, which will be hosted at the New Zealand-based domain Mega.co.nz, the Next Web reported.
Every user will apparently be getting their own Cloud Drive, with the ability to download and upload files, as well as sort them into folders, the site noted.
Dotcom has vowed to relaunch the service on the anniversary of the police raid on his mansion, which took place on Jan. 19, 2013.
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On Twitter, Dotcom showed off his enthusiasm for the new site:
Get ready for Mega Love :-)— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) December 7, 2012