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Kim Dotcom started a campaign against U.S. to defend freedom of the network

Discussion in 'Filehost Discussion' started by Wokkonno, Jul 22, 2012.

  1. Wokkonno

    Wokkonno Wokkonno XP

    Since Kim Dotcom founder Megaupload, were released on bail
    the "chubby Megaupload" has not stopped lashing out against the
    U.S. and has announced it will market a new business idea, Megabox.

    Given that the judicial process, the raid on his arrest and his
    imprisonment stemmed from an investigation by the FBI (though all
    be developed in New Zealand with the complicity of the authorities
    of the country), it follows that the white all the criticism of Dotcom
    is the U.S. government.

    As presidential elections approach, Kim Dotcom has embarked on the
    network with its own space and a music video to counter the control
    that is under the Internet and that under your view, is due to the
    influence of content industry.


    The website Kim.com, intended as a platform that Dotcom
    want to show the world the abuse Megaupload lived with the
    case and fight the fence that is becoming a network under the
    influence of certain business sectors.

    With this idea, Dotcom has summarized what occurred in a summary
    page where you hear the case in 10 events ranging from the loss of
    personal files from many users, the violation of rights suffered when
    the FBI has brought to the U.S. data without a warrant and that
    were taken from the Dotcom computers or storage business model
    in offering a cloud computing company focused on 4% of global
    Internet traffic, however, now faces a lawsuit entertainment
    industry over alleged damage equivalent to 500 million of dollars.


    Megaupload addition to the case and video of an interview at the
    same Dotcom, the aim of the website is to fight the control of
    the network has resulted in initiatives that threaten the freedoms
    of users (SOUP, ACT or PIPA) and completely clash with the
    "politics of change" that permeated the campaign of the current
    U.S. president, Barack Obama.

    Given that the presidential campaign for the U.S. is about to begin
    and, therefore, Obama is facing re-election; Dotcom wanted to use
    this forum to make a song and music video.
    (you can download and disseminate free) to call attention to
    the restrictive policies carried out since, rather than to protect
    citizens, look after the interests of the industry:



    " The war for the Internet has begun.
    Hollywood is controlling politics.
    The government is killing innovation.
    Do not let them get away with that. "

    An interesting way to call to reflection and exert some pressure
    against the most powerful entertainment industry, the United
    States of America.​