NZ MP Votes For Anti-Piracy Law Hours After Tweeting About Her Love Of Pirated Music


A reader writes, “In a beautiful twist of irony, New Zealand parliament member Melissa Lee has been caught in a copyright quagmire. It turns out that just hours before she spoke out in support of the controversial new copyright law being rushed through parliament, she tweeted how pleased she was with a compilation of K-Pop songs a friend copied for her.”



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