|I don't see why you blame Dotcom for the blatantly illegal acts of the US and NZ
governments. He had responded to legitimate DMCA take down requests until the
US government asked him not to because they said it would destroy evidence in an
ongoing investigation. The only thing Dotcom did wrong was fail to predict the
totally insane and illegal actions by the government.
I don't understand
why you don't believe in strong encryption. His new site encrypts everything
with strong encryption and only the user has the key. Take down requests are
still possible but only if the user has made the key public and the take down
request includes the decryption key. The fact that you don't know the first
thing about Dotcom's new system makes your claim that TPB has a better system
Our job is to remind ourselves that there are
than the one we’re in now — the one that we think is reality.
-- Alan Kay
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