Kim Dotcom’s new political party, the Mana Internet Party, hopes to “abolish mass surveillance.”
via The Guardian:
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Tech tycoon Kim Dotcom has told the Guardian that “governments want to engage in mass surveillance and have total citizen control”, before a crowd fundraising event for the Mana Internet party, the political party he founded to contest New Zealand‘s September 20 elections.
Dotcom also reiterated his promise that five days before the election, the world will “witness a moment of truth” at an event alongside Glenn Greenwald, the former Guardian journalist who broke the NSA revelations with Edward Snowden. “We’re about to make history”, he said.
Internet party candidates will take second, fifth and sixth places on the candidate list.