Kim Dotcom throws deuces up at Mega to focus on music, politics
4th Sep 2013 | 21:01
And trying not to get extradited to US
Kim Dotcom, the founder of Mega and before that Megaupload, has left the building.
The controversial figure today left Mega, the company he founded not even a year ago, to focus on a myriad of other endeavors. He's been replaced as Mega's managing director by Singapore-based Bonnie Lam.
It's not like he's off do do nothing since he is still fighting extradition to the U.S. - oh, and he's trying to start a music service (Megabox) and a political party in New Zealand as well.
We wish him luck - looks like he needs it on more than one front.
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