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Megaupload Founder Starts New Website

Jan 21, 2013 (Morning Edition) — The U.S. government last year shut down the file sharing web site Megaupload over charges of copyright infringement. It was a popular place for users to share pirated films and music. Over the weekend, the founder of Megaupload launched a successor to the site called Mega. The Justice Department hasn't commented yet, though the film industry has raised concerns.

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