A ruling handed down by a court in Italy which found Kim Dotcom's Megavideo liable for TV piracy has been slammed by the entrepreneur's lawyer. Speaking with TorrentFreak, Ira Rothken says that the notion that a service provider needs...Show More Summary
An Italian court has ordered Kim Dotcom's Megavideo to pay $13.4m in damages after making TV shows available without permission. The roots of the case date back to 2010 when TV company RTI sent Megavideo takedown notices, without specifying any URLs. Show More Summary
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File-sharing mogul still fighting against extradition to US.
Five years ago, the massively popular storage site Megaupload was shut down by the United States government, and the site’s owner Kim Dotcom was arrested for profiting off of internet piracy. The entrepreneur has since moved to New Zealand and is still resisting the government’s attempts to extradite him back to North America to stand... Show More Summary
Flamboyant German tech entrepreneur Kim Dotcom is planning to relaunch file-sharing website Megaupload in January 2017, five years after the U.S. government took down the site accusing it of piracy. Megaupload, founded in 2005, had boasted of having more than 150 million registered users and 50...
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Following the news earlier this week that Kim Dotcom intends to relaunch Megaupload, the entrepreneur has just delivered a new surprise. Rather than a cold start, Megaupload 2.0 will hit the ground running by deploying the original Megaupload user database. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.
Kim Dotcom has had more than his fair share of troubles for running Megaupload, the file hosting service that was taken down by the US government in 2012 over copyright infringement charges. He also launched a follow-up called Mega in 2013 and left it last year after it was taken over by a Chinese firm. Show More Summary
The controversial file-sharing figure isn't letting his long-running legal woes stop him from creating another Megaupload-style service.
Kim Dotcom has confirmed to TorrentFreak that he has a brand new cloud storage site under development. After an extended planning period, the entrepreneur says the platform will be his best creation yet. It could launch next January with a name that "will make people happy." Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.
More than four years after the Megaupload raids, Kim Dotcom continues to fight extradition to the United States. However, if that battle fails, how might he be treated by authorities there? Revelations from a previously jailed Megaupload...Show More Summary
Mega, the cloud storage site founded by Kim Dotcom, has been ordered to hand the IP addresses and personal details of some of its users to a U.S. court. The ruling follows the uploading of sensitive documents to Mega following a hack on a foreign government computer system. Show More Summary
The legal battles between the RIAA, MPAA and Kim Dotcom's Megaupload have been put on hold for another six months. Virginia District Court Judge Liam O'Grady agreed to stay the cases, but did not grant a request from the industry groups...Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom and the site he founded, MEGA, appear to be at war. After Dotcom warned users to back up their files last week, MEGA hit back with an attack on the entrepreneur's business plans, noting that his MegaNet project has failed to materialize. Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom is warning users of Mega, the cloud storage company he founded in 2013, to back up their files. According to the entrepreneur, Mega is now under the control of Bill Liu, a New Zealand-based Chinese national that is currently fifth on China's most-wanted criminal list. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.
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Kim Dotcom is a big Call of Duty fan. His love for the game is so intense that he still promotes his efforts reaching the top of the Modern Warfare 3 leaderboards on his personal page. The occasion was even marked with confetti and a...Show More Summary
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Megaupload's legal team was back in court this week in an effort to reclaim an estimated $67 million in assets previously seized by the U.S. Government. Megaupload's appellate counsel refuted the claim that Kim Dotcom and his formerShow More Summary