In the interview, Dotcom addressed the two infringing files that the indictment claims he personally uploaded: a 50 Cent song and a Louis Armstrong song. He claims the songs were purchased legally and uploaded to test a new private link email feature.
He also says that allegations that MegaUpload prevented Warner Bros. from deleting infringing content are bogus. In fact, MegaUpload wasn't legally required to provide companies with a direct-delete feature at all, and Warner was allowed to remove more links from MegaUpload than any other copyright holder.
Dotcom says he has emails showing that Warner Bros. and other entertainment companies were actively using MegaUpload and wanted to partner with the company. He says Warner even asked MegaUpload to create a tool to automatically upload their content.
"We did nothing wrong. Watch out for our first motion in response to the MPAA-sponsored Department of Justice indictment. It will be enlightening and maybe entertaining," Dotcom said.