Kim Dotcom asks the Supreme Court to hear him out
The founder of Megaupload is trying to get $75 million back from US authorities.
Kim Dotcom will be allowed to stream his extradition appeal
It's the first time an entire hearing will be livestreamed in New Zealand.
Kim Dotcom hopes to livestream his extradition appeal
You, too, could watch the Megaupload founder's bid to stay in New Zealand.
Kim Dotcom could face extradition to the US
The Megaupload mastermind still has time to appeal the ruling, though.
Kim Dotcom promises to launch an open-source competitor to Mega (updated)
Third time's a charm.
FBI slip-up leaves Megaupload, other seized sites hosting nasty ads
The FBI might want to continue brushing up on its internet skills. The agency's online division fo...
Megaupload piracy case lands its first prison sentence
The US government leveled piracy charges against Megaupload's operators three years ago, but it lo...
Canada's digital spies are watching what you download
It's not just American and British spies who want to know what you're downloading. Documents leak...
Kim Dotcom says he's broke
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom might have been able to reclaim his New Zealand finances earlier thi...