Mon, 21 Jan 2013 6:23p.m.
Kim Dotcom's new website has only just launched and has already been greeted with scepticism and disapproval.
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22/01/2013 5:28:27 p.m.
Bruce Kingsbury wrote:
I don't think Gehan Gunasekara quite understands the implications of everything on the site being encrypted.
The site has been designed so that encryption keys exist nowhere but on the end user's computer. Without the decryption keys all mega have on their servers is meaningless randomness.
It doesn't matter what the law says or what exceptions exist to it, Mega cannot be compelled to hand over something they simply don't have.
22/01/2013 8:35:40 a.m.
As an artist, visual and musical, i welcome Kim Dotcom and support what he does because the 'industry' has always been run by what i consider 'racketeering cartels'.
In my opinion these exploiters have controlled the 'market' (Buffy St. Marie, the native american singer song writer was just one of many 'blacklisted' for telling the truth about indigenous issues) not only content, but price, exposure, etc etc.
Glad i am that Kim Dotcom will be allowing artists to retain 90% of earnings from their creations.
It will cause the racketeering cartels to either die (a good thing) or have to revise their current system where artists generally receive less than 2% if they are not inveigled into signing over their copyrights to the cartel.
Go Kim, down with the racketeering cartels that have been exploiting consumers and creators with their stanglehold on media distribution!
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