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Fake raid kickstarts Mega reign
Kim Dotcom launches new file-sharing site with a re-enactment of his arrest last year.
Million Mega users after day one
Dotcom says the site "cannot be stopped" as Mega passes one million users less than 24 hours since its launch.
Kiwi backed Mega revenge free
Dotcom says his Kiwi backed new website is seeking no revenge following the Megaupload saga, branding the service "legal."
Mega questions answered
Check out the commonly asked questions following Kim Dotcom's new file-sharing service launch yesterday.
Dotcom: Privacy is a basic human right
Mega's manifesto centers on privacy, implying your data is yours and yours alone.
Dotcom unveils Mega.co.nz
New-file sharing service launched yesterday with day-long party at Dotcom's Coatesville mansion.
Dotcom prepares for Mega launch party
House party set to celebrate Mega.co.nz launch on Sunday.
Dotcom ads pulled by Mediaworks
New Mega file-locker service advertisements cancelled just days before new launch.
US Govt dismisses Megaupload's entrapment claims
Kim Dotcom's claims are "baseless" according to a new court filing from the US government.
Dotcom's extradition case delayed
Megaupload founder will not be seen until August following an eight month delay to his extradition hearing.
“Inconsistent” police evidence in Dotcom case
Judge finds contradictions of evidence during Megaupload founder's court case.
Dotcom closing in on NZ mansion
Megaupload founder could soon be free to buy $30 million Coatesville property despite failing a "good character" test last year.
Dotcom alleges FBI double-crossing
New attempt to throw out extradition case against Megaupload founder in the U.S.
Key’s Dotcom denial baffles Labour
John Key's claims he knew nothing about Kim Dotcom questioned by Labour leader David Shearer during TV Q&A.
Free stuff! From, er, Dotcom: Don’t believe everything you read
Kim Dotcom, everybody’s favourite internet tycoon, is making all the sorts of noises that the public at large like to hear.
Gabon plans to suspend Me.ga domain
Dotcom's new site suffers a setback after Gabon government vows to suspend his internet domain.
Dotcom to 'reboot' Pacific Fibre plan
Megaupload founder's new site could reconnect New Zealand to the U.S. through an undersea fibre cable.
Overloading hits Dotcom's new site
Newly launched 'splash page' crashes due to demand as Dotcom mocks FBI in Twitter jab.
Dotcom cock-ups watched closely in USA
Government handling of the Megaupload case is under close U.S. scrutiny and what they see isn’t pretty according to the Labour Party.
Key causes Parliament outrage over Dotcom
Prime Minister and Opposition leader in fiery exchange as both stand their ground over the ongoing Kim Dotcom saga.
Labour demands Dotcom audio from Key meeting
Opposition questions the Prime Minister over alleged audio-visual recording of his previously denied Dotcom meeting with government agency in February.
Court fight for Megaupload user
User who lost files when Kim Dotcom's site was shutdown in January fights for his data back in a legal first.
Key talks Dotcom in Hollywood
Prime Minister's visit to U.S. clouded as powerful Hollywood lobbyist discuss Kim Dotcom case.
Dotcom lessons in Mike Tyson’s knockout
The Kim Dotcom fiasco, in which no less than the Prime Minister is now embroiled should have taught us all one thing: the likes of Mike Tyson should be kept out.