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Megaupload’s Kim Dotcom may finally face U.S. extradition

Many consider him a champion of the free internet.

On by Christina Bonnington

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Kim Dotcom’s 2012 asset seizure upheld by U.S. appeals court, appeal hearing set for Aug. 29

The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against Megaupload found Kim Dotcom, upholding the United States’ right to seize his assets under civil forfeiture law.

On by Chris Tognotti

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Megaupload is coming back and your old account will still work

Megaupload had 100 million users before a police raid killed it. 5 years later, it’s back with a full database.

On by John-Michael Bond

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U.S. sentences founder of cyberlocker site to 3 years in prison

RockDizMusic.com founder had pled guilty to one count of copyright infringement.

On by Kevin Collier

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Kim Dotcom, explained

Copyright infringement, criminal conspiracy, assault rifle helicopters—oh my!

On by Kevin Collier

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DOJ shutters Sharebeast, the largest American music-sharing website

It’s the biggest piracy site takedown since Megaupload.

On by Josh Katzowitz

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Kim Dotcom to stand trial for extradition to the U.S. after all

The founder of Megaupload will have to stand trial after all.

On by Kevin Collier

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Kim Dotcom says Hillary Clinton should fear Wikileaks’ Julian Assange

What is he talking about?

On by Patrick Howell O’Neill

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Truce brings PSN and Xbox Live attack to an end, but Sony’s network is still struggling

When will the madness end?

On by Taylor Hatmaker

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Kim Dotcom can have his seized fortune back, NZ court rules

Finally, Dotcom will be reuinited with his beloved cash and luxury cars.

On by Kevin Collier

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U.S. movie and music industries hit Kim Dotcom with lawsuits

And just after he launched a political party, too.

On by Kevin Collier

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Kim Dotcom’s long-awaited EDM album is here

Who’s ready to let the Good Times roll? Renegade Internet mogul Kim Dotcom sure is.

On by Chase Hoffberger

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NSA data may have been used to target Kim Dotcom

If the NSA did use its intelligence to help take down Dotcom, it would be the first known case of that information being used against an alleged criminal with no suspicion of terrorism, violence, or sex-trafficking.

On by Kevin Collier

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Hosting service Leaseweb deletes old Megaupload files in “data massacre”

Kim Dotcom says millions of files from Megaupload, the file locker site he’s on trial for operating, were deleted without warning.

On by Kevin Collier

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Kim Dotcom will get his confiscated files back

A New Zealand court ordered law enforcement to return Dotcom’s hard drives, taken in a 2012 raid.

On by Kevin Collier

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