Online entrepreneur Kim Dotcom revealed on Twitter that he's working "24/7 with lawyers, developers, designers, investors & partners" to bring his next-generation Megaupload website online. Dotcom claims the new service will be free of the legal controversies that had plagued the previous version of the site, and boasts that it will be impossible to takedown.
He also promised to rehire all 220 Megaupload employees who lost their jobs and vowed to give them a pay rise, and revealed that former Megaupload premium members will have their premium status transferred to the new Mega, "with a bonus on top".
While bragging about his progress in building the new Megaupload, Dotcom also promised to rehire all 220 Megaupload employees who lost their jobs in the wake of the website shutdown and further vowed to give them a pay raise once they were back working for the company. Finally, Dotcom told former Megaupload premium members would “have their premium status transferred to the new Mega, with a bonus on top.”