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Catering to the demands of millions of people, Kim Dotcom’s Mega is planning to release its encrypted messaging service in four to six weeks. The company will first roll out a web-based messaging platform, soon to be followed by apps and encrypted email. According to Mega CEO Vikram Kumar the Internet is the battleground of a new crypto war, which will not be lost by the public.