- Ken brown
- New Zealand
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The Internet Party
In New Zealand there is a political party about to launch called "The Internet Party" which wants to champion online privacy and to encrypt half of the net. The man behind this new party Kim Dotcom, a man who became global news when American and New Zealand authorities raided his home and arrested him for copyright racketeering. Love or hate this man he has bounced back and wants to get those nonvoters of the younger generations who are not interested with our current political system and there is a lot of young tech savvy people here that want this to happen, myself included.
Is this the next stage? Will this bridge the gap between the modern disengaged person who doesn't want to attend political rallies? What is the modern voter or will be?
I will post links as for some reason the system thinks there is csr attacks in this submission.