I'm A Little Scared Of Kim Dotcom

Kim Dotcom seems like such a jovial fellow. He loves a laugh, digs his Call Of Duty and lives a life that can only be compared realistically to that of Tony Stark. Tonight he sits down for an Australian interview with SBS, and I think we should all be scared for the US Justice Department and Dotcom's own brand of Jason Bourne-style revenge.

This is a quick teaser clip posted by SBS for the Dateline special tonight where Dotcom talks about taking revenge on those who wrong his Mega empire.

Here's what the interview will cover tonight:

In between playing Call of Duty, Dotcom spoke to Mark Davis about his childhood, his days as a young hacker, his journey from Germany to New Zealand, about how fatherhood has changed him and even about his own estranged father — and of course about Mega and his fight against the US government.

Check it out tonight at 9:30pm AEDT on SBS ONE.



    He sounds like a bond villain... cool guy nonetheless.

      Bond villain meets Robin Hood

        kim dotcom is not robin hood. I personally think he's a great guy, but he's making millions off piracy.

          If all of his money was from piracy why did he do more to remove files that were pirated? Why did he give movie studios the keys to remove infringing files themselves?

          He made money selling space, it is no different than Google drive, MS SkyDrive, Dropbox, Sugarsync, and many many others that are not so proactive. I used it for backups and had to switch to two other services to fit my space needs, neither of which are a fast as the old megaupload.

      he needs a white cat and a chair that swivels

    Is Dotcom really his surname? It just seems too appropriate for his business I thought it was made up.


      He changed his name to Dotcom, he wasn't born with that name

    Misleading to weave footage of him playing COD along to him talking about revenge.
    Desperately trying to insinuate something sinister out of nothing.
    This is why I hate the propagandists also known as the media.

      Welcome to Gizmodo champ.

        Uh.. that was put together by SBS, not Gizmodo. Gizmodo were simply using what SBS is using to promote the interview.

          Gizmodo still posted the video up. doesn't mean they're not propagandists.

    There was a great article in Wired about him.

    The US media industry tried to make an example of him, got the US DoJ onboard, and the NZ Government rolled over an allowed them to abuse his rights and due process.

    It is a bad state of affairs when the police force is basically used as a tool for corporate thuggery, with the protections of natural justice ignored.

    He is a disgusting fat shit. I hope he gets sent to prison someday and given the full Jodie Foster workout on a pinball machine.

    In essence, the dude is no different to the U.S. corporate thugs that leaned on him, even still, tear the U.S. a new one Tons Of Fun, just don't get caught this time.

    Last edited 13/02/13 5:17 pm

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