Wozniak returns to defend MegaUpload and criticizes the U.S. allegations
Steve Wozniak returned to defend Kim Dotcom and megaupload an interview with AP , arguing in favor of net neutrality. The co-founder of Apple exemplified the case of service to store files with a road, where compared to those who share pirated material handlers with speeding. “Do not close the street because someone is going very fast,” he said.
Woz said he thinks people should pay for content, but it is also necessary to keep the Internet open to foster innovation.
The engineer has emphasized its support to Dotcom in recent weeks . In AP consulted him if perhaps he was not being fooled by Dotcom, to what Woz said that “if I hear details that have credibility, it could turn against him. But I’m not finding anything I’ve heard so far, “he replied.
In his Twitter account , Dotcom has started to make fun of the case against posting various pictures funny or irreverent. Also expressed optimism that new zealand denied the request for extradition from the United States, and hopes that the country at some point drop the charges against him.
“It’s kind of ridiculous what they did to their lives,” said Wozniak. “A lot of Kiwis support it. The U.S. government is stepping on fragile soil. “Kim Dotcom, megaupload, new zealand, Steve Wozniak, U.S., Wozniak