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Dotcom demands spying probe
Megaupload founder backs calls for an independent inquiry after government spies illegally accessed his communications.
NZ had rules to avoid Kim Dotcom mess
If you lie with dogs, you will get fleas.
Dotcom defies U.S. with mega comeback
Megaupload founder prepares to come back with a vengeance across the internet as file-hosting site nears completion.
Key “disappointed” with Dotcom spies
Extradition case now at risk as Prime Minister condemns government spies but refuses to comment on why they illegally bugged the Megaupload founder.
PM slams govt spies in Dotcom case
John Key demands answers from the national's secretive intelligence agency over 'unlawful' acquisition of Megaupload case communications.
NZ legal system fails if U.S. defeats Dotcom
New Zealand's legal system will have failed if the US government succeeds in the Kim Dotcom case the Court of Appeal heard today.
Dotcom’s empire will bounce back
Kim Dotcom's content sharing Megaupload empire might not keep the same moniker but will be back in some form or another if the US government's case fails.
Dotcom disclosure unnecessary court hears
New Zealand court-ordered discovery of evidence held by the US Federal government is a step too far the Court of Appeal heard today.
Documents appeal lands Dotcom in court
Megaupload founder comes before the Court of Appeal in Wellington today to fight a U.S. appeal over next year's extradition hearings.
Opinion: Kim Dotcom is not your friend
If there are two things that Kim Dotcom does well, it is making money and manipulating public perception.
NetGuide Kim Dotcom Edition on sale now
Kim Dotcom has been the hot topic of the year in the technology world, and with his internet restrictions lifted and his enthusiastic take to Twitter, this case continues to fascinate the public.
Tweeting Dotcom causes rape storm
Megaupload founder says sorry for two rape jokes in a week, after criticisms over his sense of humour trigger a response.
Airport strip-search linked to Kim Dotcom?
After the girlfriend of a musician linked to Kim Dotcom is strip-searched and detained in Auckland airport, custom officials deny any link to the Megaupload founder.
Kim Dotcom recovers $6m seized funds
Megaupload founder secures the use of seized funds to pay current and future legal bills after Auckland High Court clears the way.
Kim Dotcom hints at Megaupload relaunch
Megaupload founder takes to Twitter to fuel speculation about a return for the music download service.
Dotcom wins bid for extradition evidence to prevent unfair hearing
Megaload founder Kim Dotcom has won access to extradition evidence held by the US government to prevent him facing an "unfair trial" in the High Court in Auckland today.
Kim Dotcom crashes car on way to court
Unhurt Megaupload founder tweets the accident before his court appearance in Auckland today.
MegaUpload data safe for now
Authorities and site's lawyers have two weeks to find a solution.
Kiwi authorities arrest MegaUpload founder
Head of popular file-hosting site taken into custody on behalf of US Justice Department.