Kim Dotcom has filed a formal complaint with police in New Zealand after FBI director James Comey arrived in the region for a conference. Dotcom's complaint says that Comey should be urgently interviewed over the unlawful removal ofShow More Summary
FBI Director James Comey is currently in New Zealand and if Kim Dotcom has his way, Comey could find himself being questioned by the New Zealand police. The internet entrepreneur, who is wanted by the United States on multiple charges including fraud and copyright infringement, filed a complaint...
Over the past few years we've covered what may seem like a side issue in the many legal issues facing Kim Dotcom, but it's an important one: is the US able to legally take all of his money and stuff, despite (1) him not being found guilty...Show More Summary
Kim Dotcom has petitioned the US Supreme Court in the hope of regaining control over millions of dollars in assets that were seized by the US Government. Dotcom's legal team is challenging the finding that as a fugitive, Megaupload's...Show More Summary
Spotify signs deal with Universal Music Group that allows content windowing, Kim Dotcom announces another venture and copyright fight over makeup logos. The post 3 Count: Window of Opportunity appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
The internet mogul fighting extradition to the U.S. over copyright charges plans to launch a bitcoin payments system for users to sell files and video streaming.
(Reuters) — Controversial New Zealand-based internet mogul Kim Dotcom plans to launch a Bitcoin payments system for users to sell files and video streaming as he fights extradition to the United States for criminal copyright charges. The German-born entrepreneur, who is wanted by U.S. law enforcement on copyright and money laundering allegations related to his […]
Kim Dotcom says he's launching a Bitcoin payments system for users to sell content uploads, or charge for streaming live video. (more…)
Could a historical speeding conviction see Kim Dotcom kicked out of New Zealand if the case to extradite him to the United States fails? That's the situation faced by the Megaupload founder, as an investigation into how he became a resident...Show More Summary
Dotcom's showmanship throws a small democracy for a loop.
In September 2016 world renowned hacker Kim Dotcom spoke with Bloomberg TV. Kim Dotcom told Bloomberg, “Julian Assange is going... The post Hacker Kim Dotcom Who Correctly Predicted Wikileaks Podesta Emails – Now Says “Trump is in Danger” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Wikileaks released thousands of documents Tuesday exposing the Central Intelligence Agency. The documents and files exposed tools the CIA used... The post Hacker Kim Dotcom on Wikileaks CIA Documents: Donald Trump Was Spied on 24-7 with His Phone appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Here’s an exclusive first look at Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web, a documentary about one of the world’s most notorious Internet entrepreneurs (or pirates. depending on your point of view). The film about the Germany-born, New Zealand-based...Show More Summary
It's easy to forget that Kim Dotcom is not the only one being hounded by the US Government. Finn Batato was Megaupload's advertising manager, but today he's facing extradition to the US and potentially decades in jail. After spending...Show More Summary
Warner Bros. settles lawsuit over leaked Oscar screeners, Kim Dotcom vows to sue the New Zealand government and Hamilton creators settle merch lawsuit. The post 3 Count: Screener Door appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
A new documentary explores the enigma of Kim Dotcom, the internet pirate who the U.S. has been trying to extradite for five years.
New Zealand High Court rules Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the U.S., Google/Bing reach deal over pirate results and Bieber accused of ducking deposition. The post 3 Count: Extradition Decision appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
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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.