Kim Dotcom Warns About a Grave Threat to the Internet, "Capping" – Video

"It's called capping and it's not cool" Dotcom warns

 
If the internet mogul thing doesn't pan out, Kim Dotcom could certainly make a living as an entertainer. Granted, he hasn't got that much of a singing talent, but when has that stopped anyone? Indeed, it's not stopping his music career. But if music doesn't work out, he's got something else lined up, acting.

If the internet mogul thing doesn't pan out, Kim Dotcom could certainly make a living as an entertainer. Granted, he hasn't got that much of a singing talent, but when has that stopped anyone? Indeed, it's not stopping his music career. But if music doesn't work out, he's got something else lined up, acting.

Dotcom is a busy man, so busy that he had to quit his active involvement with the Mega storage company. Somehow though, he found time to do a commercial for Orcon, a New Zealand ISP. Or maybe this was just a humanitarian message. "It's called capping," Dotcom explains. "And it's not cool."

When he's not shooting ads, Dotcom is still very busy with his upcoming music service, which now has a new name, Baboom, running for office in New Zealand and, of course, fighting all his lawsuits.

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