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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

MegaUpload Owner Live-streams His Extradition Appeal In A First-Of-Its-KInd Courtroom Live Stream

This is awesome! Tech meets Law!!
MegaUpload owner Kim Dotcom has sprung up a first!
A New Zealand judge has given  Kim Dotcom the permission to Livestream an appeal against
his extradition on YouTube.
Thus making it New Zealand's first court case to be broadcasted on the internet.
The Livestream will be delayed by 20 minutes - with all copies of the footage needing to be removed from the internet at the end of the trial.
Though I am sure a lot of people would have already downloaded and saved the video (maybe not to the end).
Users commenting features would also be disabled.

Quoting Dotcom's lawyer, Ira RothKen:
“It’s very important that the entire world gets to see the courtroom, The internet isn’t run by any one nation, so we thought the solution itself would come from the internet.”
 The live stream link for Kim Dotcom’s extradition appeal is being made available on Dotcom’s Twitter feed 
When it comes to tech, there is always a first for everything.
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