Ending the copyright witch-hunt

Kim Dotcom's new website, Mega, is set to spur on new anti-copyright measures. But is trying to stamp out piracy through litigation and legislation ultimately futile?

In the mad rush to appease movie and music companies, governments around the world have trodden on centuries of legal precedent and forced internet service providers to become unwilling proxies in what is a corporate law matter between copyright holders and pirates.

And now, with the release of Kim Dotcom’s new website, Mega, the copyright witch-hunt is set to continue.

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