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Kim Dot Com Forms Political Party in New Zealand

Posted on the 28 March 2014 by Worldwide @thedomains


According to, Kim Dotcom , has launched a political party in New Zealand  in time for  New Zealand’s general election in September.

The name of the party is The Internet Party.

Arrested in January 2012 after a massive raid by the U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI, Kim Dotcom is currently on bail in New Zealand .
Kim Dot Com whose real name is Kim Shmitz according to the story Kim Dot Com,  formed the party to “fight for the freedom of the internet and technology , respect for privacy and political reforms”.

Dotcom’s Internet Party promises free high-speed internet, a high-tech job boom, restricted government surveillance and a review of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement as part of its political platform.

A political party for those who are concerned about the digital future

The Party addresses “citizens who have never voted before, who were disappointed by the vote or who do not like the current selection ” , it is intended to “those who concerned about the digital future and want an open , free and fair society “.

It does not appear that Kim Dot Com owns the domain name or

According to, to enter the NZ parliament, the Internet Party would have to clinch an electoral seat or cross the 5 percent electoral threshold to find representation in the 120-member body


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