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Kim Dotcom: FBI’s Most Wanted Man For Digital Piracy May Have Key To Stop Hillary Clinton In 2016

Kim Dotcom may have the key to stopping Hillary Clinton — and it’s Julian Assange. The founder of the Megaupload, who is wanted for millions of dollars worth of copyright piracy, said in a recent interview with Bloomberg that he hadShow More Summary

Kim Dotcom just made some wild remarks about copyright, Snowden, Sony, and Hillary 2016

Kim Dotcom is at it again — this time via his first televised interview in over a year.   Unsurprisingly, his views were somewhat controversial.    The outspoken MegaUpload founder, who is currently on house arrest in Auckland, New Zealand,...Show More Summary

The FBI’s most-wanted man for digital piracy thinks he has solved illegal movie streaming

Kim Dotcom and the movie industry don't exactly get along. Dotcom is wanted by the FBI for allegedly pirating millions of dollars' worth of copyrighted materials. You might remember when he had his house raided by authorities in 2012,...Show More Summary

Mega’s Bid For Stock Exchange Listing Falls Through, the cloud storage company founded by Kim Dotcom, has failed in its bid to go public via a backdoor listing on the New Zealand stock exchange. While conceding that the news is a disappointment, CEO Graham Gaylard informs TorrentFreak that it is not viewed as a setback for Mega. Show More Summary

3 Count: Real Victor

Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams seek new trial in Blurred Lines case, Kim Dotcom gets 3 more months and Mayweather fight streamed over Periscope.

Kim Dotcom Awarded Millions For Legal Bills and Living Expenses

Kim Dotcom has succeeded in getting more of his seized funds released by the courts in New Zealand. In addition to millions for legal expenses, the entrepreneur will receive $128K per month including $60K to pay mansion rent, $25,600 to cover staff and security, plus $11,300 for grocery and other expenses. Show More Summary

Kim Dotcom Avoids U.S. Clutches For Three More Months

Kim Dotcom's upcoming extradition hearing has been delayed by three months. The procedure was set to go ahead in just four weeks but the High Court says that would give the entrepreneur insufficient time to prepare his case. It will now take place no earlier than September 1, 2015. Show More Summary

Megaupload Founder Dodges U.S. Courts---For Now

A New Zealand court postpones a decision on whether to send Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom to the U.S. for trial.

Dotcom Appeals Extradition Delay Ruling, Colleague Lawyerless

As the battle over Kim Dotcom's fate continues, the entrepreneur was back in court today appealing the decision not to delay a June extradition hearing. But while Dotcom enjoyed support from a reported 10-strong legal team, former Megaupload colleague Finn Batato appeared lawyerless amid an application for legal aid. Show More Summary

3 Count: Jaywalking Z

Jay Z wins lawsuit against his former sound engineer, Disney fails again to toss lawsuit over Frozen trailer and Kim Dotcom faces deportation.

Kim Dotcom could be deported from New Zealand for a speeding conviction from 2010

Kim Dotcom has been fighting extradition to the US for five years, but it's a minor driving offence that could be his final undoing. The famed German internet entrepreneur has spent millions battling the world's biggest copyright infringement lawsuit. Show More Summary

Dotcom Speeding Offense Could Lead to Deportation “In Weeks”

Even as Kim Dotcom spends millions fighting extradition to the U.S., a relatively minor issue could see him kicked out of New Zealand in a matter of weeks. When applying for residency in 2010, Dotcom failed to declare a dangerous driving speeding conviction, a matter that could now escalate into deportation from the country. Show More Summary

Megaupload Freezes MPAA and RIAA Lawsuits For Six Months

A federal court in Virginia has granted Megaupload's request to place the cases filed by the music and movie companies on hold for another six months. The request was made after the New Zealand extradition hearings of Kim Dotcom and his colleagues were postponed several times. Show More Summary

How The US Government Legally Stole Millions From Kim Dotcom

2 months agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

About a month ago we covered the basics of the lawsuit by which the US government was seeking to keep pretty much all of Kim Dotcom's assets, despite the fact that Dotcom himself hasn't been tried -- and, in fact, it hasn't even been determined if he can be extradited to the United States (a country he's never visited). Show More Summary

3 Count: Beastie Dismissal

Beastie Boys win decisive ruling against TufAmerica, Perfect 10 ordered to pay Giganews legal fees and U.S. court orders Kim Dotcom assets seized.

U.S. Government Wins Dozens of Millions From Kim Dotcom

The U.S. Government has won its civil forfeiture case against Megaupload and Kim Dotcom. As a result, the U.S. now owns Kim Dotcom's bank accounts, cars, art and other property worth dozens of millions of dollars. Megaupload's founder describes the ruling as unjust and says his team will file an appeal at a higher court. Show More Summary

3 Count: French Decoder

Canadian satellite provider must pay for making its signal easy to pirate, Kim Dotcom gets extra funds and Twitter institutes a revenge porn policy.

NZ Court Orders Release of Some Kim Dotcom Funds

3 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : TalkLeft

Kim Dotcom has had a few setbacks in U.S. and New Zealand courts recently. Today he won a round in New Zealand. The court released funds from his frozen assets to pay his legal fees and living expenses. His legal fees are around $4 million. $12... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

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