I write a blog about Scientology. Not having the money to pay for Gb of server space I used the cloud service 'Mega' to store downloads. Scientology has complained to Mega (on copyright grounds) and 18 files have been taken down (almost all from the category of 'Secret Scientology Texts and Media'. These include Scientology's 'security' checklists, the blue, green and red volumes, OT levels, the Assists Handbook (which includes the tragi-comic 'bring back to life assist) the Hard Sell Pack Rons' audio account of 'the wall of fire' and 'Revolt in the Stars'. Think about that: Scientology, which claims to be religion, is so afraid of what the general public might think if they can read Scientology doctrine, that they use copyright claims to prevent you reading it. It's rather like Christians trying to suppress all knowledge of the doctrine of the Trinity outside of the Church. What is Scientology afraid of? It seems to me that they have revealed the very material that they are most afraid that the public should become aware of, and it would be a shame not to press this advantage. I still have the files, and I don't intend to fold. .. can anyone please suggest a cloud service out there which is less amenable to takedowns, or some other form of work-around?