The website explains: “Here at [White People Meet] we believe in the concept that all people have the right to ‘Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness’.“We also believe that finding your perfect partner, your soul mate is one of the best ways, as humans, to obtain happiness.
“Furthermore we believe that all men are created equal (the word men stands for a species, not gender).” Ironically, the site’s terms of service warn users not to “promote racism, bigotry, [or] hatred”.
It’s not the only controversial dating app to launch this month.
More than 75% of shareholders have supported recent equity issues, so there has not been any 'hostile takeover', contrary to Mr Dotcom's assertion."But Dotcom has continued to speak publicly against Mega.
In April, he began actively warning users away from Mega and advising that users make sure to back up their files, explaining that the site was running out of money after Pay Pal stopped processing payments for Mega since early 2015.
However, in August 2015 Dotcom announced that the service had suffered a hostile takeover, with the New Zealand government and Hollywood seizing a significant number of shares in order to prevent the firm from being listed on the New Zealand Stock Exchange."Mega views Mr Dotcom's defamatory comments as self-serving and designed to simply spruce his supposed new business venture.
They are inconsistent with his previous desire to ensure that the shareholding in Mega remains a valuable asset for his children and reflect just how completely Mr Dotcom and Mega have now moved apart," Mega's board of directors told IBTmes UK at the time."Like all start-up companies, Mega has had several funding rounds of equity investment.
Where White People is a brand-new dating site that, by default of its name, discourages all nonwhite singles from registering on its database.
The site’s official Twitter account affirmed that all races are welcome to join the site after a Twitter user asked if all races were welcome.
Jun also said he tried the device's prototype and was highly impressed, but stopped short of revealing when the company would launch flagship smartphone.
Now, Chinese market analyst Pan Jiutang has claimed Xiaomi Mi5 will be launched in January 2016 and hit the stores on 8 February, the first day of the Chinese Year of the Monkey, reported Gizmo China.
Dotcom posted on Twitter on 5 July that he was working on a cloud storage website that would be far superior to either Megaupload or Mega, offering 100GB in free cloud storage, no transfer limits, as well as on-the-fly encryption – a type of encryption whereby data is automatically encrypted or decrypted on the disk as it is loaded or saved."Much better than Mega. You'll love it," Dotcom told curious users on Twitter.