Well, this is an interesting way to handle a court case. Apparently, they've gave him permission to livestream his extradition appeal on Youtube: http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/312095/dotcom-given-go-ahead-to-livestream-appeal It's certainly novel. Though I don't think the judge quite understands how the internet works here: Sorry guys, but you're really naive about the internet if you think 'any footage will be removed when the hearing is over'. From Dotcom's account, yes. From everyone else's? Most probably not, cause of the old Streisand Effect. Still, it's an interesting idea, and it makes you think how court cases could work if more of those were streamed live. But what do you think about this?