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Dotcom Alleges Megaupload Raid Was Part of Deal To Film The Hobbit

June 14th, 2013 06:33 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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c0lo writes “Kim Dotcom alleges, in an 20 min interview with the Australian public television, that Megaupload was offered up by the New Zealand’s PM ‘on a silver platter’ as part of negotiations with Warner Brothers executives for shooting the Hobbit in New Zealand. He promises that he’ll substantiate the claims in court. He also says that the extradition case the US govt is weak and the reason behind the latest delay in extradition hearing (postponed from August this year to March next year) is an attempt to bleed Dotcom dry of his money. Also interesting, Dotcom says that the latest debacle of the massive scale online online surveillance by US spy agencies has triggered an “explosion” of interest in mega.co.nz, the “cloud storage” site with user generated encryption.”

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