Kim Dotcom: ‚The Internet party will abolish mass surveillance‘ | Technology |

Tech tycoon believes politicians need to work harder to engage the youth vote, and says ‚internet is the biggest gift of mankind‘


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Kim Dotcom, founder of Megaupload. Photograph: Hannah Johnston/Getty Images


Tech tycoon Kim Dotcom has told the Guardian that „governments want to engage in mass surveillance and have total citizen control“, before a crowd fundraising event for the Mana Internet party, the political party he founded to contest New Zealand’s September 20 elections.


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