Controversial internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom will be the subject of a live chat on nzherald.co.nz from midday today.
The Megaupload founder last night released a "white paper" claiming the illegal spying of him by the GCSB went on 10 days longer than the spy bureau has previously admitted.
Dotcom has called for an investigation into the FBI case against Megaupload in a legal review which accuses Prime Minister John Key of being misled by the United States.
Read more about the 39-page white paper, Megaupload, the Copyright Lobby, and the Future of Digital Rights: The United States versus You (and Kim Dotcom), here.
Dotcom will join us for a live chat at midday to answer your questions about the white paper, the US case against him, the future of digital rights and his life since the raid on his Auckland mansion last year.
Put your questions for the internet mogul using the chat box below.
Live chat begins at 12pm: