Megaupload founder, Kim Schmidt Dotcom, held through his Twitter account failure to pass the anti-piracy agreement ACTA. Also says his service Megaupload, closed by the FBI, become "bigger, better and faster".
On Tuesday, the European Parliament plenary session on Wednesday lying, with 478 votes against, 39 in favor and 165 abstentions, the international agreement against counterfeiting and piracy (ACTA) for their doubts about the effectiveness of the Treaty and respect the rights of Internet users. Through the Internet, many users have rejoiced at this news and have shared in networks such as Twitter and Facebook. And one of them was Kim Dotcom.
The founder of Megaupload has shared on Twitter a message celebrating the rejection of ACT by the Parliament and remember that the other proposals put forward by US-SOUP-PIPA and are "dead" and that all that will be Megaupload .
"SOPA is dead. PIPA is dead. ACTA is dead. MEGA will return. Bigger. Better. Faster. Free and protected from attack. Evolution", has been the 'tweet' from Dotcom.
Dotcom Kim is on bail pending extradition next month of August to the U.S., where he is accused of violating copyright and make money laundering Megaupload. Dotcom was detained in January accused of having turned its platform in one of the greatest opportunities for exchange of files that infringe copyrights.
However, the search warrants the FBI used to enter the mansion of New Zealand Dotcom were declared illegal, as well as copies of the files. According to the court, "the orders do not adequately describe the offenses of which they spoke."