Is the net closing on Kim Dotcom? Since 2012, the US has been seeking Dotcom's extradition on 13 counts, including conspiracy to commit racketeering, copyright infringement, money-laundering and wire fraud.
New Zealand's top court has begun hearing Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom's appeal against extradition to the US. Dotcom faces charges of copyright infringement and racketeering if his extradition goes through.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom is eligible to be extradited to the US, a New Zealand court has ruled, bringing the German-born millionaire closer to facing charges of racketeering and copyright violation on American soil.
New Zealand's Human Rights Tribunal has ordered the government to pay file-sharing mogul Kim Dotcom €53,000 for privacy breaches. For years, the Megaupload founder has fought a request for extradition to the US.
A police dawn raid on Kim Dotcom at the Internet mogul’s home in New Zealand in 2012 has ended in a monetary settlement. The German-born entrepreneur is still fighting extradition sought by the USA.
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