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The Prime Minister has just wrapped up his visit to Hollywood, and he'll be glad there was no mention of Kim Dotcom on the final day.
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8/10/2012 12:07:44 a.m.
As Key has effectively used a potential complainant (a film director) as a supporter of the State's stance it is relevant to repeat legal expert opinion. Also, if there is a lawyer acting for New Zealand, as opposed to the Crown Law Office advising US interpretation of the Treaty, that lawyer should advise that it is inappropriate or wrong to play the case out publicly when the issues raised are effectively sub-judice. "Eric Goldman, a professor of law at Santa Clara University, described the Megaupload case as "a depressing display of abuse of government authority". He pointed out that criminal copyright infringement requires that willful infringement has taken place, and that taking Megaupload offline had produced the "deeply unconstitutional effect" of denying legitimate users of the site access to their data"
7/10/2012 3:37:15 p.m.
This is just Sick. Key really does fancy himself as one of the Players.Nothing sweet about TPP.11 countries been sold down the river So a few in power can fill their offshore bank accounts.Serious Players? Power hungry greedy little boys. Keep the "give" and "get" games to yourselves....
7/10/2012 10:38:06 a.m.
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