Especially this guy..........Obama named technology as a "bridge" to "empower citizens and build a more participatory democracy" and highlighted that on his first day in office in 2009 he appointed a federal chief technology officer.
He wrote that his administration was expanding broadband networks and listed new laws that help entrepreneurs and small businesses harness "crowd funding", reformation of patent laws, and support of an open internet while enforcing intellectual property rights.
But, oops, he sent the FBI to try to arrest him.Kim Dotcom, with wife Mona, says NZ would attract foreign business. Photo / Getty
Kim Dotcom is proposing free broadband to all New Zealanders as he tries to resurrect the ill-fated Pacific Fibre cable connecting New Zealand to the United States.
Dotcom last night revealed his ambitious plans to build the $400m cable - which would double New Zealand's bandwidth - set up his new Me.ga company, creating jobs and a data centre to service the rest of the world.