Since Megaupload's shutdown Kim Dotcom left no opportunity behind in sharing his opinions on Twitter and in the media. In a new court filing the U.S. Government is now trying to use Dotcom's public appearances against him. The U.S. argues...Show More Summary
In response, the government points to "victims' rights," the lengthy delay of the extradition hearing and Kim Dotcom's tweets. Since Kim Dotcom and other leaders of Megaupload were indicted by the Justice Department nearly two years ago, proceedings in a Virginia federal courtroom have screeched to a near halt. Show More Summary
In response, the government points to "victims' rights," the lengthy delay of the extradition hearing and Kim Dotcom's tweets. read more
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Here is Kim Dotcom's lawyers' new White paper on why the charges against him are untenable: The U.S. government’s case against Megaupload is grounded in a theory of criminal secondary copyright infringement. In other words, the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
If anything, Megaupload mastermind and possessor of the best/worst legal name change in recent history Kim Dotcom has taught us all the importance of believing in your dreams. Not only did he make the dreams of people who longed to wallow...Show More Summary
It’s been an exciting week for both the cloud ecosystem and Apple users, with Kim Dotcom’s Mega introducing a free iOS app that comes with nearly all the features of the website, including the ability to manage lockers and share … Continue reading ?
Mega, the self-proclaimed “Privacy Company,” is moving deeper into the mobile universe with a new iOS application. Released five months after Kim Dotcom’s online storage service hit Google Play, the client enables users to manage their cloud folders, share links … Continue reading ?
Random House, the largest trade book publisher in the world, doesn't appear to be a fan of Kim Dotcom's cloud hosting service Mega. In one of its recent takedown requests the company asked Google to remove Mega’s homepage from its search results, marking it as infringing. Show More Summary
Hot on the heels of Mega’s release of its iOS app three days ago and the previous release of an Android app, the company has confirmed that it is also actively... Keep reading ?
Kim Dotcom’s questionably-legal controversial cloud storage service, Mega, now has an official iPhone app. Designed specifically for iOS 7, the new app lets users manage their accounts and files on the go. Not only can you see your files in … Read more ›
Kim Dotcom’s MEGA, which has already exited from beta with an improved user interface earlier this month, now has its official iOS app released on the Apple App Store. This particular iOS app will be free, of course, where it will enable one to browse as well as manage one’s MEGA cloud storage account. Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom's cloud storage service Mega now has its own iOS app. Go forth and... store! Read more...
Now that Kim Dotcom's cloud storage service Mega is available to the public, it's finally found time to launch the iOS app it's been promising. With its Android app already four months old, the new Mega iPhone app includes many of the...Show More Summary
Mega, the cloud storage service run by Kim Dotcom now has an iOS app, following the introduction of an Android app back in July. The free-to-download app allows users to manage and... Keep reading ?
Nearly two years after Megaupload was raided, Kim Dotcom's life is now available in book form. "The Secret Life of Kim Dotcom - Spies, Lies and the War for the Internet" reveals many details on Dotcom's personal life and how he developed into the man he is today. Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom, known primarily for the long-gone Megaupload, the doing quite well Mega and public theatrics that would make PT Barnum proud, says he's set to soft-launch his new music streaming service Baboom in January. However, he will be the only musician featured as a demo with the full service launching a few months later. Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom built his reputation on free services -- much to the chagrin of some people -- and he's revisiting that turf with his upcoming music offering, Baboom. As he explains in an interview with Wired UK, the service will be an "iTunes-Spotify hybrid" that both sells music and offers it for free through ad deals. Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom is one of the internet's most extravagant personalities, collecting controversy at a similar rate to which he collects names and court cases.
It’s been months since Kim Dotcom triumphantly returned to the digital world with the launch of Mega and now the mercurial German-born Kiwi has set his sights on some even bigger ambitions for 2014. In a company blog post this week,Show More Summary