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Kim Dotcom Sues Government for ‘Billions’ Over Erroneous Arrest

Kim Dotcom is seeking billions of dollars in damages from the New Zealand Government over an invalid arrest warrant. The entrepreneur accuses the authorities of negligence and misfeasance, which resulted in the destruction of the highly profitable Megaupload service. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and more. Show More Summary

3 Count: Climate Controlled

Kim Dotcom loses one battle over asset forfeiture but wins another, only to see his stuff was destroyed, Ireland court orders local ISPs to block more sites and FilmOn seeks to revive defamation lawsuit over copyright infringement report. The post 3 Count: Climate Controlled appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Kim Dotcom Loses Megaupload Domain Names, Gets “Destroyed” Gaming Chair Back

The U.S. Government has won another civil forfeiture case against Megaupload and Kim Dotcom. As a result, the U.S. now owns several online bank accounts, cars, servers, as well as Megaupload's domain names. Around the same time, the US returned two containers of seized property, as previously ordered by a Hong Kong court. Show More Summary

New Zealand Prepares Consultation to Modernize Copyright Laws

The New Zealand government has announced an overhaul of the country's copyright laws. A review of the Copyright Act 1994 was announced by the previous government and will now go ahead next year. Speaking with TF, Kim Dotcom says that current legislation is mostly good, since it protects both consumers and ISPs. Show More Summary

Kim Dotcom’s Extradition Battle Suffers High Court Setback

As Kim Dotcom continues his fight to avoid extradition to the United States, the entrepreneur suffered a setback this morning. Siding with the US government in a ruling published this morning, Justice Brewer at the New Zealand High Court...Show More Summary

3 Count: Piccled Ricc…

Court issues broad injunction agains Sci-Hub, Kim Dotcom settles lawsuit with New Zealand police and Pickle Rick game removed from Steam. The post 3 Count: Piccled Ricc… appeared first on Plagiarism Today.

Kim Dotcom Wins Settlement Over Military-Style Police Raid

Kim Dotcom and former wife Mona have reached a settlement with police over the heavy-handed raid on their home in 2012. The exact amount is confidential but is believed to run into at least six figures, amounts that have also been paid...Show More Summary

Kim Dotcom Asks Court For $829K to Fund Family Expenses

When Kim Dotcom was raided in 2012, US$42.5m of assets were seized in Hong Kong. A report detailing a new court hearing has revealed that the Megaupload founder is requesting access to NZ$1.2m (US$829,400) of that pool, to fund everything...Show More Summary

Kim Dotcom Plots Hollywood Execs’ Downfall in Wake of Weinstein Scandal

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, Kim Dotcom is offering support to victims of similar abuse. The entrepreneur says he'll find funding for a class-action lawsuit exposing the crimes of high-ranking Hollywood executives. Five...Show More Summary

Kim Dotcom Civil Forfeiture Appeal Rejected by SCOTUS

Kim Dotcom, the owner of now defunct, which used to be one of the biggest websites in the world, had his assets seized after the site was shut down by U.S. authorities. After an appeal to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals was unsuccessful, Dotcom made a plea......

US Supreme Court Declines To Hear Kim Dotcom's Civil Asset Forfeiture Appeal

Photo. AP Former Megaupload chief Kim Dotcom's long, wild ride through the courts has crashed into another setback, with the Supreme Court declining to hear an appeal in the 2012 seizure of his assets in New Zealand. More »      

3 Count: Fugitive Dotcom

Have any suggestions for the 3 Count? Let me know via Twitter @plagiarismtoday. 1: Supreme Court Won’t Hear Kim Dotcom’s Civil Forfeiture Case First off today, Cyrus Farivar at Ars Technica reports that the Supreme Court will not hear...Show More Summary

Supreme Court Won't Review US Government Getting To Steal All Of Kim Dotcom's Stuff

4 months agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

While the "main event" in the never-ending case of the US Justice Department against Kim Dotcom continues to grind its way ever so slowly through the wheels of justice, one element has basically concluded. And this was the part that should concern you even if you think that Kim Dotcom was completely guilty of criminal copyright infringement. Show More Summary

Supreme Court rejects Kim Dotcom's legal challenge - CNET

4 months agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

MegaUpload founder contested US government's seizure of $40 million from overseas accounts.

Supreme Court rejects Kim Dotcom's legal challenge - CNET

4 months agoTechnology : CNET: News

MegaUpload founder contested US government's seizure of $40 million from overseas accounts.

Supreme Court Denies Kim Dotcom’s Petition Over Seized Millions

The US Supreme Court has denied the petition of Kim Dotcom and his former Megaupload colleagues over millions of dollars in seized assets. While this means that all legal options in the US have been exhausted, Dotcom's legal team now...Show More Summary

Supreme Court won’t hear Kim Dotcom’s civil forfeiture case

Dotcom's lawyer: "It is a bad day for due process and international treaties."

Supreme Court declines to hear Megaupload case

The Supreme Court is leaving in place lower court rulings against internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and others associated with his now defunct file-sharing website Megaupload. The Supreme Court said Monday … Click to Continue »

U.S. top court rejects New Zealand-based internet mogul's appeal

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected New Zealand-based internet mogul Kim Dotcom's challenge to the U.S. government's bid to seize assets held by him and others involved in the now-defunct streaming website Megaupload.

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