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Warrants Used In Megaupload Raid Deemed Illegal
2012-06-28 14:45:14

A New Zealand judge has ruled the search warrants used to raid the mansion of Megaupload’s Kim Dotcom were illegal. This ruling is quite a crushing blow to the FBI, who has set Mr. Dotcom up to be something of a poster child for the consequences of piracy.

Fighting Back, Megaupload Moves To Have Charges Dropped
2012-05-31 10:49:31

Before it was shut down in January, Megaupload was one of the world’s most popular websites, a cloud storage service with millions of users storing data, either for free or by paying for premium service.

Data Hosting Firm Tired Of Holding MegaUpload's Burden, 25 Petaflops Of Data
2012-03-23 13:34:23

The firm holding millions of gigabytes worth of data for MegaUpload is sitting in limbo, waiting for a court decision on what to do with the 25 petaflops of data.

MegaUpload Founder Confident He Will Beat 'Political' Online Piracy Charges
2012-03-02 05:26:53

MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom accused U.S. authorities on Thursday of pursuing "misleading and malicious" charges against him, and said he is confident he will prevail in what is shaping up to be one of the biggest copyright cases in history.

MegaUpload Founder Granted Bail
2012-02-22 09:15:39

The US Department of Justice failed in its attempt to keep MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom in jail on Wednesday when a New Zealand court released him on bail and instead put him under house arrest.

More Charges, More Details Revealed In Megaupload Case
2012-02-19 05:31:27

The U.S. Department of Justice revealed new information about Megaupload.com on Friday, one day after a revised indictment in a Virginia courtroom revealed that the file-sharing website and its founder, Kim Dotcom, would be facing additional charges for copyright infringement and wire fraud.


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