Raid on Kim Dotcom's mansion ruled legal, LeaseWeb sued for ignoring DMCA notices and UFC targets viewers of illegal streams... The post Copyright 2.0 Show- Episode 318 – Slimey Spidey appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
The Megaupload saga continues. What began with a questionably legal January 2012 raid on founder Kim Dotcom’s New Zealand mansion is continuing through today, when Dotcom has said he will appeal to the New Zealand supreme court after a lower New Zealand court threw out a previous ruling that declared the original warrants were invalid. Show More Summary
The Kim Dotcom saga rolls on. The legal process that resulted in Dotcom's New Zealand mansion being raided by local police was always questionable, no more so than when a New Zealand high court judge declared the warrants used in the...Show More Summary
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File-sharing kingpin Kim Dotcom has so far had the upper hand in a legal fight over the FBI's attempt to extradite him from New Zealand. That changed this week.
The New Zealand Court of Appeal has this morning ruled that the search warrants used by police during the raid on Kim Dotcom's mansion contained errors, but were valid. The decision, which found that a "reasonable" person would understand what the warrants related to, overturns an earlier ruling that found the documents lacked specificity. Show More Summary
Judges say police were permitted to seize items they took from Kim Dotcom's house in 2012.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - A New Zealand court on Wednesday ruled that the search warrant used in the arrest of Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom on U.S. online piracy charges was legal, dealing a blow to the internet entrepreneur's fight against extradition t...
Kim Dotcom’s Mega app for iOS now lets you auto-upload your photographs from your iDevice, just like Dropbox, Jottacloud and Google Drive. Only unlike those other cloud services, Mega comes with 50GB free storage, and jumps to 500GB when you … Read more ›
Sure Kim Dotcom recently dropped an album, but that doesn't mean he's leaving his other projects to rot. His Mega cloud storage app for iOS just got a refresh, and it now comes with PhotoSync, which enables the app to automatically upload any new...
GCSB, New Zealand's secret police force has admitted to illegally deleting key evidence related to the raid on Kim Dotcom over his Megaupload service.
I have to admit that I'm consistently amazed at just how badly law enforcement in both the US and New Zealand appeared to screw up the raid and the case against Kim Dotcom. I've said it a few times before, but it really feels like authorities...Show More Summary
Just because Kim Dotcom wanted to be a villain from the James Bond movies when he grew up doesn’t make him evil, the founder of music site Baboom (and previously, of MegaUpload and Mega), says in a new interview. “You saw these guysShow More Summary
Kim Dotcom is pretty lucky that his awesome reputation has so adequately preceded him. Otherwise, his new album of party-centric electro tracks, which he released last night, would totally suck! Sans context, Good Times is made up of the kind of sugary garbage that one would hear at Ultra Music Festival, but at like, noon. Show More Summary
Who’s ready to let the Good Times roll? Renegade Internet mogul Kim Dotcom sure is.
What's better than anarchists getting arrested for spreading terrorists slogans, including threats? Anarchists getting arrested and caned for the same. Speaking of people who need arrested, even as Kim Dotcom continues his war on copyright, he's also going to get into politics in New Zealand. Show More Summary
Following news that Kim Dotcom has launched a new music-streaming service called Baboom, I had a listen to the only available album on the site, Good Times, written and produced by Mr. Dotcom himself. More »
Kim Dotcom Releases Electropop Album And you can listen to it for free. Won’t that make your morning. The 25 Most Popular Passwords Of 2013: God Help Us Phew. None of mine made the list. Google Removes Spamming Chrome Extensions I bet...Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom certainly keeps himself busy. Nobody can take that away from him Dotcom debuted his electronic dance music album "Good Times" on a his newly-launched music sharing service Baboom on Monday. This comes just one day ahead of...Show More Summary