Kim Dotcom (born Kim Schmitz), founder of MegaUpload gave a daring 23 minute interview as soon as he was released from captivity. He explained his business was supposed to be protected by the U.S.-own DMCA law, and that obviously wasn't the case.
Earlier today, Kim Dotcom (born Kim Schmitz) was released from prison on bail. Immediately, Kim invited New Zealand's 3 News and gave a detailed interview on Campbell Live.
Kim compared the case of the to "Weapons of Mass Destruction" as the invented reason to go to war in Iraq. The invention of MegaUpload and subsequent attack by the content lobbyists was explained as U.S. government actively working to "protect the outdated monopolistic business media model which simply doesn't work in the age of Internet".
Kim claims that he is protected by the Digital Millenium Copyright Act, and that he is an easy target, since he doesn't have 50 billion dollars in the bank account and is not on Stock market, while public companies are protected.
You can watch the whole 23 minute interview here.