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Internet mogul Kim Dotcom bombs in New Zealand political foray

Internet mogul Kim Dotcom confessed his brand was "poison" after his aspirations of bringing down the New Zealand government were overwhelmingly shunned in Saturday’s election.

Hidden Kim Dotcom donation ends New Zealand MP`s career

A New Zealand government-allied MP with links to Internet tycoon Kim Dotcom announced his resignation today after being found guilty of making false declarations about donations from the founder of the Megaupload file-sharing website.

`United Stasi of America` beamed onto Berlin US mission

A German artist has projected the message "United Stasi of America" onto the US embassy in Berlin.

US wins appeal in battle to extradite Kim Dotcom

The United States won a court appeal in its battle to extradite Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and three of his colleagues from New Zealand.

Kim Dotcom hints at floating Mega IPO in 18 months

Mega founder Kim Dotcom has given hints that he has planned to float Mega in about 18 months, after going out for more private investment in a ‘pre-IPO’ funding round in about six months.

Megaupload founder plans to launch new “Mega” service

His tweets also confirm it will contain email and fax tools, along with video capabilities, and is expected to offer users a simple way to encrypt their data.

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom released on bail

US authorities allege Dotcom facilitated millions of illegal downloads through his company.

Megaupload`s Kim Dotcom granted bail in NZ

Megaupload boss Kim Dotcom was freed on bail in a surprise move, after a New Zealand judge dismissed fears he would flee the country to escape US online piracy charges.

Megaupload faces more copyright, wire fraud charges

Dotcom and four of his co-workers have been arrested and are awaiting extradition proceedings in New Zealand and the Netherlands.

Megaupload founder refused bail in New Zealand

A New Zealand court agreed with prosecutors there was a risk he would attempt to flee before an extradition hearing.

NZ court bails 2 associates of Megaupload founder

Kim Dotcom was refused bail on Wednesday because the judge believed there was a significant risk he could try to flee New Zealand.

Megaupload founder refused bail in New Zealand

A New Zealand judge ordered the founder of online file-sharing site to be held in custody for another month on Wednesday, saying the suspected Internet pirate posed a significant flight risk.

File-sharing site Megaupload shutdown unlikely to deter piracy

The crackdown on file-sharing site Megaupload is expected to do little to reduce overall piracy of music, software and Hollywood movies, while potentially stifling emerging means of distributing content online.

Megaupload boss says innocent, rival stops file-sharing

The FBI believes the sums located are unlikely to represent all the overseas bank accounts owned by Mr Dotcom.

NZ: Bail decision for Megaupload founder reserved

Kim Dotcom was ordered to be held in custody until the judge issues a written decision, no later than Wednesday.