Mega, the new online file storage platform launched by Kim Dotcom of Megaupload infamy, is already taking down thousands of files per day for copyright infringement. According to some reports, however, the platform’s DCMA sensors are overly sensitive and leading to unnecessary takedowns. If true, it’s not terribly surprising, given the founder’s past, but it’s a dramatic departure from his previous stance on the matter. Censored content includes free to share software such as Ubuntu and copies of Kim Dotcom’s very own music. [Source Torrent Freak]