Kim Dotcom Exclusively Live on ‘Campbell Live’
Kim Dotcom Exclusively Live on ‘Campbell
Kim Dotcom, the founder of Megaupload, will be
speaking exclusively live tonight to Campbell Live’s John
Campbell following his submission to the Intelligence and
Security Select Committee.
One of several submitters
in front of the panel, Dotcom is making his presentation in
front of Prime Minister John Key who will be chairing the
meeting alongside ACT’s John Banks, David Shearer, the
Greens' Russel Norman and Tony Ryall, who replaced Peter
Dunne following his resignation as a minister.
submission will challenge the proposed expansion of the
powers of the GCSB and opens the question – does it mean
the Government will be able to spy on you?
Dotcom’s story, exclusively live on Campbell Live tonight
at 7:00pm, on TV3.
The full story will be available later
this evening, at www.3News.co.nz/CampbellLive
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