Skype, the most popular voice and text chat service, is said to have been regularly snooped on by government agencies.
The service, called Mega Chat, works in a browser and is encrypted so that nobody can see the contents of video or voice chats.
Dotcom came to fame after creating file-sharing Megaupload.
models may have been a little too sexy for some passengers!
People riding Air New Zealand flights over the past few months have been treated to a "Safety in Paradise" video narrated by models Chrissy Teigen, Jessica Gomes, Hannah Jeter and Ariel Meredith.
Post which, the users enter a 30-second video date where they can chat up their potential match.
If the two users like each other, they can give their date a kiss and see if they return the affection. Taking dating online to a whole new level, Spin Labs recently introduced a new app called Spin the Bottle that connects users to nearby single users and have a 30-seconds video chat with them.The app makes use of a virtual bottle that players can spin to decide who they video-chat with, in hopes of discovering a date.It's exciting and we think people are really going to love it! A new chat service created by internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom hopes to kill off Skype."Safety in Paradise" version aboard their flights, but the airline claims it's not because the clip was too hot for passengers."We typically change out our safety videos every few months," Air New Zealand spokesperson Emma Field tells E! "As scheduled we began phasing in the Bear Essentials of Safety video featuring Bear Grylls on our fleet around a week ago and this process is almost complete."In addition to the four ladies, the video also featured a cameo from a bikini-clad Christie Brinkley.