After following the media for the past few years about Kim Schmitz and what he has done after the MegaUpload raid and his sale of Mega.co.nz it appears as if it's still being dragged on... I personally love the guy and see his freedom as a way to develop MegaNet and to further enhance the Internet Party, but let's try to refrain from politics here. Since he's never lived in the United States I feel that would be a reason to have some leaway over the prosecution, but since the claims brought against him sound a bit vague I honestly have no idea what they are doing. It's been over a year since i've heard about him being posted and just wanted to see what you guys think about this as his downfall led to the dissaray of the previous pay per download industry which lead to the acronym PPD turn from Cost Per 1,000 downloads to each survey completed at a CPA network. What are your thoughts on his downfall, effects on what will happen with a guilty and not guilt plead as well as what could happen to even smaller types of issues if the prosecution ends up winning??? References for conversation: https://torrentfreak.com/kim-dotcoms-meganet-preps-jan-2016-crowdfunding-campaign-150610/ http://kim.com https://internet.org.nz/ https://twitter.com/KimDotcom If this ends against him I fear something else might spur around and bring issues. He's done a lot since then and if he goes under again I might cry due to his innovation getting cut off. Could we be next?