Chief of outlawed file-sharing website Megaupload, Kim Dotcom has to launch a new file-sharing site called Mega.co.nz on Sunday, reports said.
Mega is a web service, sequel of Megaupload, lets users to upload securely and access files of any kind.
It will have a sophisticated encryption system which encrypted those who upload data have access to it.
The new site Mega is to launch exactly a year after Megaupload was closed last January by FBI.
US police had raid on Kim’s office and home to arrest him and his colleagues on basis of online privacy charges with evidence which caused Megaupload closure, reports said.
“One thing has to be clear: This is not some kind of finger to the US government or to Hollywood,” Doctom told reporters while talking about new offering.
Mega.co.nz is the joint offering from him and three of his colleagues.
“Legally, there’s just nothing there that could be used to shut us down. This site is just as legitimate and has the right to exist as Dropbox, Boxnet and other competitors,” he further added.