Kim Dotcom Releases Music Video For Anti-Piracy Awareness
Megaupload boss Kim Dotcom has launched an online song attacking US President Barack Obama, who he accuses of trampling on Internet freedom (SOPA, ACTA, and PIPA). In a song titled "Mr President" released on YouTube, the self-styled cyber freedom fighter, who allegedly masterminded a massive online piracy business, compares himself to US civil rights campaigner Martin Luther King. Dotcom, free on bail in New Zealand awaiting a US attempt to extradite him for alleged copyright theft, raps "don't vote for those who would take us back in time". The video has over 500,000 views since it was uploaded this week. The video was made Kim Dotcom, Printz Board, and Sleep Deez, while lyrics and vocals are noted as being written and performed by Dotcom and a group of his friends. The video is rumored to have been shot in Kim Dotcom's mansion.
The war for the Internet has begun.
Hollywood is in control of politics.
The Government is killing innovation.
Don't let them get away with that.
Let's get together, lets all unite,
or they will do whatever they like.
What about free speech, Mr. President?
What happened to change, Mr. President?
Are you pleading the fifth, Mr. President?
Are you going to fix this, Mr. President?
Posted by | Tue, Jul 24, 2012 - 09:20 AM