While we still wait to see if Kim Dotcom can be taken against his will from another country into the US for "copyright infringement" claims, apparently the DOJ has also decided that it can work the other way. The Justice Department's Board of Immigration Appeals has said that people can be deported for copyright infringement. Show More Summary
Last month, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals rejected efforts by Kim Dotcom to regain control over millions of dollars in assets seized by the US Government. Yesterday, Dotcom's legal team petitioned the Court for a rehearing and rehearing...Show More Summary
Remember Kim Dotcom? He’s the convicted fraudster-turned rich dude who ran MegaUpload, that file storage website that hosted a ton of pirated content. In January 2012, Dotcom was raided by New Zealand authorities and he’s been in legal purgatory ever since. Right now, Dotcom is fighting extradition by the United States for charges of online piracy. Read more...
A New Zealand District Court made several major errors when it decided to grant the extradition of Kim Dotcom and his Megaupload colleagues, Dotcom's lawyer said today. Noting that the judge copy-pasted extensively from lawyers working for the U.S. Show More Summary
EU proposal could change relationship between YouTube and record labels, Kim Dotcom's extradition hearing live streamed in all its dullness and more! The post 3 Count: Proud and Prejudiced appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
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A New Zealand judge ruled Tuesday that internet tycoon Kim Dotcom will be able to livestream his legal attempt to avoid extradition to the United States. It’s believed to be a first for the country.
Kim Dotcom’s extradition hearing in New Zealand will be the first ever court case in the country to be livestreamed after a judge granted permission to the internet pioneer. Dotcom, the founder of the file-sharing website Megaupload,...Show More Summary
It will be the first court case in New Zealand to be broadcast online.
Kim Dotcom's request for his extradition hearing to be live streamed on the Internet has been granted by a New Zealand High Court judge. Beginning tomorrow, proceedings will be broadcast live on YouTube, despite protests from the United States that the stream could prejudice Dotcom's criminal trial in the U.S. Show More Summary
The world can follow along with internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom's extradition appeal almost in real-time, a New Zealand judge has ruled.
Kim Dotcom, the brazen founder of file hosting service Megaupload, has been granted permission by a New Zealand judge to livestream his appeal against his extradition to the US. That’s a big win for Dotcom, who is wanted in the US on charges of copyright infringement, racketeering and money laundering. Show More Summary
Dotcom is currently in New Zealand and is wanted in the U.S. on piracy charges
A New Zealand appeals court today began hearing the appeal of Kim Dotcom against extradition to the U.S. The hearing is expected to take six to eight weeks. Kim Dotcom has been requesting the hearing be live-streamed. Today, the court granted his... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
The Kim Dotcom extradition appeal is now under way, with the first question being whether or not the courtroom drama could be livestreamed on the internet for a global public to watch. The request was originally made by Kim Dotcom and his lawyers, but the lawyers for the US government opposed... Show More Summary
Last year a District Court judge in New Zealand found that there was an "overwhelming" case for Kim Dotcom, Mathias Ortmann and Bram van der Kolk, to be extradited to the United States to face trial for their alleged roles in the Mega Conspiracy. Show More Summary
As part of its criminal case against Megaupload, the U.S. Government seized several domain names belonging to Kim Dotcom's file-hosting service. Nearly five years later the authorities still control the domains but they haven't done a very good job of securing them. Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom is hoping to have his fight with the U.S. government pushed further into the public consciousness by having his extradition appeal streamed live on the Internet. U.S. authorities are already objecting to Dotcom's application...Show More Summary
Ira Rothken is a lawyer on the front lines of many major legal battles relating to copyright and piracy, including defending Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom and, most recently, taking up the defense of Kickass Torrents operator Artem Vaulin. Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom has made a surprise announcement relating to his under-development Megaupload 2.0 project. The entrepreneur informs TorrentFreak that John McAfee's MGT Capital Investments offered to invest $30m plus stock into the business but it soon became clear that the aim was to drive up the stock price at MGT. Show More Summary