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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
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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
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
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
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
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 »
Questions are being raised over the extent of the US' legal jurisdiction after a New Zealand judge ruled that Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and three of his associates can be extradited to the US to face criminal copyright charge...
But Dotcom's lawyers say they are appealing to New Zealand's High Court.
A New Zealand judge ruled Wednesday that Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the United States to face charges related to copyright infringement, racketeering and money laundering. Dotcom is the founder of the now defunct file storage site Megaupload, which was shut down by the Department of Justice in 2012 for alleged involvement in "massive worldwide […]
MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom and three executives from his company will be extradited to the United States to stand trial for crimes for facilitating illegal copyright infringement and other crimes, a New Zealand court ruled on Tuesday. …Read More
A federal appeals court says offensive trademarks are OK, invalidating a U.S. Patent and Trademark Office decision not to register the name of Asian-American rock band The Slants. Kim Dotcom will be extradited from New Zealand to the...Show More Summary
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Internet mogul Kim Dotcom vows to fight a New Zealand court ruling that he can be extradited to the United States where he is wanted on piracy-related charges. Video provided by AFP
A New Zealand court ruled internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom is eligible for extradition to the U.S. to face charges of copyright infringement, money laundering and racketeering.
A judge in New Zealand ruled Wednesday that Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom along with three colleagues can now be extradited to the US to face criminal copyright charges. It’s been four years since US authorities shut down the file-sharing website Megaupload and police raided Kim Dotcom’s luxury mansion. Show More Summary