Facebook accepts Kim Dotcom is real
Thu, 02 Aug 2012 7:05a.m.
The real Kim Dotcom now has a Facebook account after petitioning online for his name to be accepted as legitimate.
Dotcom tweeted the news earlier this morning after claiming he wasn't allowed an account because Facebook didn't recognise "Dotcom" as his real surname.
He is still asking for his Twitter account to be verified as authentic.
"@Twitter declines to certify me. I faxed an ID. They think it's fake. A search for my name shows imposter as the first result. Might quit!" Dotcom posted.
The alleged internet pirate also weighed in on the failed Pacific Fibre bid for another internet cable linking the US, New Zealand and Australia, saying it was "the worst news" since his property was raided in a "US directed Crown Law Muppet Show".
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11/08/2012 10:13:26 a.m.
I had thought naively thought that NZ Police are the good guys. Yeah right. Megaupload is hacked and abused by the real terrorists now. Shame on NZ Police and the Government for keeping the corrupt cops in and helping the bad guys from U.S.
11/08/2012 12:28:29 a.m.
Mr Dotcodotnz wrote:
Funny that cos my surname on fb is Dotcodotnz and has been for a while now with no issues :D
2/08/2012 10:29:51 a.m.
Investment bankers and Facebook stole mum and dad retirement fund.
DON'T TRUST THEM!
The share market is a ponzi scheme.
Capitalism is now owned by criminals.
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