November 20, 2012

President Obama Chats About Kim Dotcom

Ernesto, TorrentFreak


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President Barack Obama and New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key talked about Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom before a meeting at the East Asia Summit in Cambodia. The leaders didn’t comment on what was said during the private chat, but Dotcom took up the news to forward a request. He asked Obama to give him and his colleagues a green card so they “can come and help Hollywood to build a proper Internet business.”

President Obama arrived at the East Asia Summit in Cambodia yesterday to discuss key issues with other world leaders.

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