In a new court filing Megaupload's legal team refutes the U.S. Government's claim that Kim Dotcom and his former colleagues are fugitives. The filing further reveals efforts to uncover the MPAA's involvement in the criminal investigation into Megaupload and Kim Dotcom. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and anonymous VPN services.
Music publishers sue Cox Communications, Cisco sues competitor, Kim Dotcom remains free on bail and Authors Guild has its appeal heard against Google.
Second Circuit hears Google Book Search case, Kim Dotcom gets a rehearing on Hong Kong assets and more copyright extension collections coming.
More than US$42 million of assets belonging to Kim Dotcom were unfrozen today by a Hong Kong court, but celebrations were short-lived. The HK$330 million, seized when Megaupload was shutdown in 2012, were immediately placed under a new restraining order. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and anonymous VPN services.
It's been a while since I checked on Kim Dotcom. There is some big news. At the request of the U.S., New Zealand prosecutors tried to revoke his bond. A three day hearing was held. Yesterday, the New Zealand court ruled he did not violate his... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Street artist settles his despite with American Eagle Outfitters, Filestube goes legitimate and Kim Dotcom to bring his politics to the U.S.
Controversial internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom is getting to take his political ambitions to stateside. Dotcom announced on Twitter Monday that his Internet Party is going to launch in the United States…
Kim Dotcom may be down on his luck, be he's certainly not out. The the German-Finnish Internet entrepreneur has now announced that he's bringing his Internet Party to the US next year. Read more...
Published every weekday, the Switchboard is your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team. Kim Dotcom will bring the Internet Party to the U.S. in 2015. "The political party, which failed to gain a seat in New Zealand's most recent elections, stands on a platform of Internet freedom, free university education and the […]
If, after declaring that he was broke, you thought that Kim Dotcom would go quietly into the night, then you really don't know him. After a successful bail hearing, the Megaupload founder is announcing that he will help launch a version of his Intern...
Kim Dotcom will launch a political party in the United States next year. Run by American citizens, Internet Party US will feature "celebrity founders" from the music, movie and Internet sectors. Dotcom will be its PR man and is already warning that "Hillary" faces her "worst nightmare" in 2016. Show More Summary
BMG files a lawsuit against Cox Communications, four Sony movies leak following hack and Kim Dotcom remains free on bail.
U.S. authorities have lost a motion to have cyber fugitive Kim Dotcom remanded in custody in New Zealand before his extradition hearing to face internet piracy charges in the United States. An Auckland court on Monday rejected allegations that Dotcom, the founder of the Megaupload online file...
No jail for the "broke" Internet tycoon—at least not yet.
New Zealand-based internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom has managed to dodge jail (for now) in his ongoing feud with US authorities. Dotcom – real name Kim Schmitz – is best known as founder of file-sharing service Megaupload, which was forced offline in 2012 by the US Justice Department on claims of criminal copyright infringement. Though he […]
Efforts by the United States government to have Kim Dotcom put back behind bars have failed. Arguments that the Megaupload founder poses a flight risk ahead of his extradition battle next summer were rejected by the Auckland District Court and the entrepreneur walked away a free man. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and anonymous VPN services.
Indicted Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom on Monday defeated efforts by prosecutors to send him back to a New Zealand jail or make him wear
New Zealand judge finds Megaupload founder did not violate bail conditions.
The one-time Internet millionaire says his legal battle he has waged since his 2012 arrest as left him broke