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Mega Ordered to Hand Over Users’ Details to U.S. Court

Mega, the cloud storage site founded by Kim Dotcom, has been ordered to hand the IP addresses and personal details of some of its users to a U.S. court. The ruling follows the uploading of sensitive documents to Mega following a hack on a foreign government computer system. Show More Summary

Judge: RIAA and MPAA Can’t Copy Megaupload’s Servers, Yet

The legal battles between the RIAA, MPAA and Kim Dotcom's Megaupload have been put on hold for another six months. Virginia District Court Judge Liam O'Grady agreed to stay the cases, but did not grant a request from the industry groups...Show More Summary

Kim Dotcom and MEGA Ratchet Up War of Words

Kim Dotcom and the site he founded, MEGA, appear to be at war. After Dotcom warned users to back up their files last week, MEGA hit back with an attack on the entrepreneur's business plans, noting that his MegaNet project has failed to materialize. Show More Summary

Kim Dotcom Warns Mega Users to Backup Their Files

Kim Dotcom is warning users of Mega, the cloud storage company he founded in 2013, to back up their files. According to the entrepreneur, Mega is now under the control of Bill Liu, a New Zealand-based Chinese national that is currently fifth on China's most-wanted criminal list. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.

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How Kim Dotcom Began Supporting Australian Esports

Kim Dotcom is a big Call of Duty fan. His love for the game is so intense that he still promotes his efforts reaching the top of the Modern Warfare 3 leaderboards on his personal page. The occasion was even marked with confetti and a...Show More Summary

3 Count: Snap This…

Kim Dotcom appeals the seizure of his assets, UK minister says sharing Snapchats is an infringement and adult DVD forum sued for copyright infringement. The post 3 Count: Snap This… appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Kim Dotcom Fights For “Mega Millions” in U.S. Appeals Court

Megaupload's legal team was back in court this week in an effort to reclaim an estimated $67 million in assets previously seized by the U.S. Government. Megaupload's appellate counsel refuted the claim that Kim Dotcom and his formerShow More Summary

Take A 360-Degree Tour Of Kim Dotcom's NZ Mansion

Video: Kim Dotcom’s multi-million dollar New Zealand mansion is up for sale. Coatesville House, one of New Zealand’s “most distinguished and magnificent properties”, is expected to sell for upwards of $25 million — and you might recognise it as the property raided by NZ police in 2012. Show More Summary

3 Count: Happy Mardi Gras

Settlement details in Happy Birthday case revealed, Kim Dotcom gets an appeal date and Martin Shkreli named in a copyright lawsuit over a Wu-Tang album. The post 3 Count: Happy Mardi Gras appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Kim Dotcom’s Extradition Appeal Set For August

The United States government will have to wait another six months for the appeal in the Kim Dotcom extradition case to be heard. A judge in the High Court in Auckland has just denied US requests for Dotcom's appeal to be fast-tracked,...Show More Summary

3 Count: Good Life?

Playboy sues two Canadian publications over Kate Moss pics, mechanic asks Supreme Court to bear Batmobile case and Kim Dotcom is Kim Dotcom.

Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 377 – Unsafe Harbors

Court rules on Kim Dotcom's extradition, Cox loses key safe harbor battle and Pandora settles several royalty issues...

Extradition, Jurisdiction and Kim Dotcom

A recent ruling that Kim Dotcom is eligible for extradition has sparked a backlash. Why would a New Zealand man be extradited to the U.S? Here's why.

3 Count: Expedite and Extradite

Court orders Kim Dotcom to be extradited to the U.S., man who sued over Kung Fu Panda charged with fraud and Pandora settles with ASCAP and BMI.

Kim Dotcom Challenges U.S. Govt. in Christmas Address

The past several years have been a roller-coaster ride for Internet mogul Kim Dotcom. As he continues to fight an aggressive government determined to extradite him to the United States to face serious criminal charges, this Christmas Day the Megaupload founder recaps his case here on TorrentFreak. Show More Summary

Kim Dotcom Likely Coming To America

The man behind the controversial Megaupload site has come one step closer to an American courtroom. A judge in New Zealand has ruled that Kim Dotcom (originally known as Kim Schmitz) should be extradited to the US to stand trial on numerous charges relating to copyright infringement. Show More Summary

Judge's Opinion On Kim Dotcom Shows An Unfortunate Willingness To Ignore Context

6 months agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Last night, we posted the news that a judge in New Zealand had ruled that Kim Dotcom and his colleagues were extraditable. Dotcom is appealing the decision, so it's not over yet. Soon after the decision was announced, the full ruling by Judge Nevin Dawson was released. Show More Summary

Kim Dotcom Will Appeal US Extradition Ruling

6 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

Who hasn’t heard of Kim Dotcom before? The man who has made his millions in the Information Technology era has always been making waves in news headlines, having claimed to save Christmas last year, at the same time rolling out a new storage service known as “Mega” after Megaupload was no more, or even teasing a Baboom music service. Show More Summary

Kim Dotcom Just Lost His US Extradition Hearing From New Zealand To The US

A court in New Zealand has judged that Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the US, where he could face trial over huge copyright infringements speculated to have cost music and movie companies in the region of $US500m. More »      

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