Kim Dotcom denounced the New Zealand government for illegally spying on him, searching his home and claiming $ 7 million in compensation
Kim DotCom doesn't shut up. In spite of the causes, the kidnappings, the prison, today that returned free it doesn't lower the head, rather. The founder of Megaupload has denounced the New Zealand government for illegally spying on him, for the non-regular search of his home. According to Kim Dotcom, the network of spies Five Eyes, which brings together investigative agencies from New Zealand, Canada, Australia and the USA, illegally spied on him. The complaint came after a long silence from the neo-Hungarian Prime Minister to whom Kim Dotcom asked for an independent investigation on unauthorized espionage systems. In particular, reference is made to the use of micro-cameras for which there was no specific authorization, to the copy of the Megauplod data sent by the New Zealand police to the United States and finally to the assault methods used in the search and arrest of Kim Dotcom.In which the state defends itself from accusations some admission of responsibility is made, in particular with regards to copying and sending Megaupload data to the USA.