Kim Dotcom permitted to livestream extradition appeal on YouTube
Kim Dotcom, a businessman fighting extradition to the US from New Zealand, has been granted permission to livestream his legal bid to halt the process. He is wanted by the US justice on charges related to the now-seized file-storing website Megaupload.
Dotcom was pleased with the decision to permit him livestreaming from court, according to his lawyer, Ira Rothken.
“It provides everybody in the world with a seat in the gallery of the New Zealand courtroom,” Rothken told AP. “It’s democracy at its finest.” – READ MORE