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Indicted Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has launched a new file-sharing website in a defiant move against the U.S. prosecutors who accuse him of facilitating massive online piracy. The colorful entrepreneur unveiled the "Mega" site ahead of a lavish
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom is already in a fight with the FBI, but now he's going up against some other entities that know about everyone in the US. Dotcom says he can't convince Facebook and Twitter that he's the real deal...Before being shut
13 Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom (AFP Photo/Pool) RT on Even as the US government's case against Kim Dotcom and the vast copyright infringement conspiracy they allege he orchestrated crumbles in their hands, the Justice Department has only nice
Wondering if the US government's shadowy security agents are working behind the scenes with the biggest entity on the Internet? Don't hold your breath waiting one advocacy group has to take Uncle Sam to court for an answer...US broke its own rules by
The first one (pdf) seeks a dismissal of the company from the case for an issue we discussed back in April: criminal law requires that the defendant be served, and you can't serve a foreign company. Thus, there is no legal way for Megaupload to be
Court to weigh what should happen to MegaUpload's data Updated A fight over the fate of millions of data files once controlled by MegaUpload.com begins today in a Virginia courtroom. The site went dark after federal prosecutors charged MegaUpload.com
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Megaupload user asks Court to return his videos Electronic Frontier Foundation, Fuseworks March 31, 2012, 11:19 am A small business owner who used Megaupload's cloud-based storage system as part of his daily operations has asked a federal court to
New Zealand (AP) — In the eyes of New Zealand immigration authorities, Kim Dotcom's money trumped his criminal past. Documents released to The Associated Press this week under New Zealand public records laws show that immigration
Kim Schmitz (aka Kim Dotcom) founder of the online file-sharing site Megaupload.com has asked a New Zealand court to free approximately quarter of a million dollars in frozen assets to pay for living expenses.