November 5, 2012
Kim Dotcom – the eccentric internet entrepreneur facing extraction to the USA for alleged piracy – has developed a plan to provide all New Zealanders free domestic broadband access.
The German-born web tycoon made a fortune of around £100 million via his Mega Upload file storage website, which US prosecutors allege was involved in illegal sharing of films, music and other material.
In January this year dozens of police raided Dotcom’s mansion in Auckland, New Zealand, where he has been based for two years.
This article was posted: Monday, November 5, 2012 at 8:18 am