File Sharing Site Rapidshare Cuts 45 Jobs as Traffic Declines
File hosting and sharing website Rapidshare has laid off 45 of its 60 employees this week, according to a report by Swiss news site 20min.
Thu May 16, 2013
NZ Supreme Court to hear Megaupload evidence appeal
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has won the right to demand the United States hand over all the evidence in its online piracy case against the internet entrepreneur, New Zealand's Supreme Court ruled on Thursday.
The Miami Herald
New Zealand's top court takes Kim Dotcom appeal
New Zealand's highest court ruled Thursday that it will hear an appeal by Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom and three colleagues as they seek to avoid extradition to the United States.
Wed May 15, 2013
Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde to run for EU parliament
The Pirate Bay co-founder wants to run as a candidate for the Finnish Pirate Party, he said in a blog post on Tuesday announcing his candidacy to the European Union's directly-elected legislative body.
Mon May 13, 2013
In legal fog, Kim Dotcom removes 3D gun design
Kim Dotcom has ordered the removal from his Mega file-storage service design plans for a controversial one-bullet plastic gun.
Sat May 11, 2013
Kim Dotcom unlawfully prosecuted according to legal team
ELIZABETH JACKSON: The lawyers for internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom this week called for a US Congressional inquiry into what they say is the unlawful prosecution of their client by the US justice system.
Dotcom orders deletion of 3D gun design
INTERNET mogul Kim Dotcom says designs for a 3D-printed gun are "scary" and he has deleted public links to its blueprints from his new file-sharing website.
Wed May 08, 2013
The Globe and Mail
U.S. top lawman denies bowing to Hollywood in Megaupload case
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Tue May 07, 2013
Kim Dotcom Makes Another Plea For Legal Relief As U.S., UK, Canada...
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Kim Dotcom, lawyers publish white paper
PanARMENIAN.Net - Kim Dotcom and two lawyers, Robert Amsterdam and Ira P. Rothken, have published a white paper defending the Internet entrepreneur against a criminal prosecution issued by the United States government, according to The Next Web.
GCSB still spied on Dotcom after raid
WHITE PAPER: Dossier by Kim Dotcom's lawyer slams US and New Zealand governments and details how crimes he is accused of do not exist in law.
Mon May 06, 2013
This Man Just Fired the World's First 3-D Printed Gun
Exhibiting no concern for the inevitably deadly consequences of his actions, 25-year-old Texas law student Cody Wilson hopes to bring about "a complete explosion of all available gun laws" with his designs for 3-D printable firearms.
New Zealand to change spy laws after Dotcom bungle
New Zealand unveiled plans on Monday to close a loophole exposed when Internet tycoon Kim Dotcom was illegally spied on by allowing its foreign intelligence agency to spy on local residents.
Thu May 02, 2013
New Zealand's internet bad boy wants to see top U.S. lawman
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Fri Apr 19, 2013
Megaupload says US trying to change rules to allow prosecution
The shuttered file-sharing site Megaupload has accused the United States government of trying to change criminal court procedures to make it easier to prosecute the firm for copyright infringement .