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After quite some time, a New Zealand court has said that Kim Dotcom is eligible for extradition to the US -- something he's been fighting for over five years. But there's a weird twist to the story. A key part of the argument that Dotcom's...Show More Summary
The New Zealand High Court said, however, that the extradition is not based on copyright grounds, and Dotcom’s legal team is “confident” the decision will be reversed.
The high court in New Zealand has ruled Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the U.S. to face charges on copyright infringement. Nathan Rousseau Smith (@fantasticmrnate) has the story.
A New Zealand judge on Monday upheld an earlier court ruling that flamboyant internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and three of his colleagues can be extradited to the US to face criminal charges. The decision comes five years after US authorities shut down Dotcom's file-sharing website Megaupload and filed charges of...
\ Wellington (dpa) – German-born internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and three of his colleagues can be extradited to the United States, the New Zealand High Court said in a ruling released on Monday. The US has been seeking Dotcom’s extradition on 13 counts including conspiracy to commit...
The New Zealand High Court today ruled that Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the US, but it won't be on copyright grounds. After months of deliberation, Justice Murray Gilbert agreed with the US Government's position that this is a fraud case at its core, an offense that is extraditable. Show More Summary
U.S. authorities say Dotcom and three Megaupload executives cost film studios and record companies more than $500 million by encouraging paying users to store and share copyrighted material.
New Zealand's High Court has partially upheld an earlier decision that Megaupload co-founder Kim Dotcom and three of the site's other co-founders are eligible for extradition to the U.S. The High Court said today that there are grounds...Show More Summary
The decision comes five years after U.S. authorities shut down Dotcom’s file-sharing website Megaupload.
After years in court, the US Government may soon have their Piracy Enemy No. 1 on home soil.
A New Zealand High Court has ruled that Kim Dotcom, the founder of file sharing site Megaupload, cannot be extradited to the US on the grounds of alleged copyright infringement as he was originally charged. However, he might still face an American court on other charges. Show More Summary
New Zealand's High Court ruled Monday that Kim Dotcom was eligible for extradition to the United States over online piracy allegations linked to his now-defunct Megaupload web empire. "We are far from defeated," Dotcom's barrister Ron Mansfield said in a statement. Show More Summary
(Reuters) — A New Zealand court ruled on Monday that internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom could be extradited to the United States to face charges relating to his Megaupload website, which was shutdown in 2012 following an FBI-ordered raid on his Auckland mansion. The Auckland High Court upheld the decision by a lower court in 2015 on 13 […]
Case is far from over: Dotcom's lawyers vow to press on to Court of Appeal.
Kim Dotcom and three co-defendants are subject to extradition to the U.S. to face charges over the file-sharing site Megaupload, New Zealand’s High Court ruled, partly upholding a lower-court ruling. The next step is the Court of Appeal.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — A New Zealand judge on Monday upheld an earlier court ruling that flamboyant internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and three of his colleagues can be extradited to the U.S. to face criminal charges. The decision comes five years after U.S. Show More Summary