The man behind filesharing site Megaupload is to get back cash and property seized when his house was raided in 2012. But while Kim Dotcom seems to be having a great time right now, he still faces the threat of extradition. US officials want Dotcom to stand trial for criminal copyright infringement in a case […]
The New Zealand High Court isn’t playing nice with the United States anymore, following an order today declining to extend a hold on Kim Dotcom’s frozen assets, according to a New Zealand Herald report. In January 2012, cars, cash, and...Show More Summary
Celebration may be premature, as NZ government can appeal to keep the property.
It's been a decent week for Kim Dotcom. After throwing a lavish pool party and picnic for his newly founded political group dubbed The Internet Party, Dotcom learned that his assets, which were seized after the infamous raid on his New...Show More Summary
Finally, Dotcom will be reuinited with his beloved cash and luxury cars.
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The High Court in New Zealand today ruled that police may not keep possession of assets seized in a 2012 raid on Kim Dotcom's mansion. This means that a potential appeal aside, Dotcom may soon be reunited with millions of dollars in cash, his luxury car collection, artwork, and other assets seized by the authorities. Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom's getting his fortune back, and to celebrate, he's throwing a party. The Megaupload founder tweeted this morning that Auckland's High Court will return the cash, vehicles and property that were seized on behalf of the US back in 2012. On...
Movie studios sue Kim Dotcom/Megaupload, Record labels sue VKontakte and UK streaming site owner arrested by City of London Police. The post Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 322 – Mega Lawsuit appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Kim Dotcom, founder of defunct file-sharing site Megaupload, is one of the most wanted cyber-fugitives in the world, but that isn't keeping him from throwing a good party. This past weekend, Dotcom hosted a pool party and picnic forShow More Summary
And just after he launched a political party, too.
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RIAA civil lawsuit follows MPAA filing, but cyberlocker's lawyer slams 'assault by Hollywood on cloud storage in general' Megaupload may have shut down in January 2012 after its founder Kim Dotcom was arrested on copyright infringement charges, but the cloud storage service is now facing new civil lawsuits from the music and film industries. Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom's lawyer dubs allegations "meritless copyright claims."
The seemingly inevitable has happened: following in the footsteps of the MPAA, the big music labels behind the RIAA have filed a copyright lawsuit against Megaupload. The companies assert that Kim Dotcom and crew both fostered and "handsomely...
Following the announcement that the MPAA had filed a lawsuit against Megaupload and Kim Dotcom, the movie studios' General Counsel Steven Fabrizio made several appearances in the media. Most memorable was an interview with Radio New Zealand, where he was surprised to hear Kim Dotcom on the other end of the line. Show More Summary
Last night several of the biggest companies in show business filed legal paperwork against Kim Dotcom, founder of the now shuttered file-sharing site, Megaupload, and several other startups. In the paperwork, the companies TwentiethShow More Summary
Several major U.S. studios filed a copyright infringement lawsuit on Monday against the file-sharing website Megaupload and its ebullient founder, Kim Dotcom.
Several movie studios have finally hit Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom and several connected to the site with a lawsuit for copyright infringement. Dotcom and company have been in murky legal waters for years, battling the Department of Justice as an Internet supervillain while becoming a hero with major media attention and charity song support at his back.