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Internet tycoon Kim Dotcom has opened his new file storage service to the public with much fanfare.
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22/01/2013 9:13:42 a.m.
Great to see the new mega successfully launched despite the efforts of what i call the 'racketeering cartels media monopoly and corruption of public officials into maintaining the cartel monopoly as well as exploiting consumers and artists'.
In my opinion the 'concerns' of the interviewer were typical of the 'media slant' devised to demonize Dotcom.
What would this interviewer say in regards to google's CEO? And why were google not seized, assets grabbed, CEO locked up?
This is not about 'protecting artists' as the lobbiests of the racketeering cartels tout, it's about challenging the cartels vice like grip and ongoing exploitation!
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