Megaupload’s Kim Dotcom First Interview Since Bail

Posted on Mar 2 2012 - 4:17am by Editorial Staff

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom for the first time since being released has given an interview to the 3News in New Zealand. The conversation is of 20 minutes long during which Dotcom strongly found urges that Hollywood is the one to blame for piracy, stating the way in which movies are released on country basis resulting in people to seek alternatives to view them.

Talking about his venture Megaupload closure, he felt surprise at first as according to the company’s legal advisors it was safe under the US DMCA laws, which protect service providers from action to its users. The interview further suggests that how the Megaupload as a service solved many of important problems that exist today.

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