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On the campaign trail with Kim Dotcom

7 May 2014 Last updated at 03:08 BST

Kim Dotcom, the founder of closed file-sharing site Megaupload, has been on the road to promote his newly-formed political party in New Zealand.

His Internet Party, which wants to bring internet freedom to the agenda, has 1,000 members.

Mr Dotcom is fighting extradition to the US where he is facing charges over copyright infringement on a "massive scale". The multi-millionaire denies any wrongdoing.

With exclusive access, Dave Lee reports for Click from the campaign trail.

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