Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has been granted leave to appeal his case against the Crown in the Supreme Court.
US attorney-general Eric Holder is refusing to be drawn into the public scrap surrounding the Megaupload case.
Lawyers for Kim Dotcom have called the copyright infringement charges against him in the United States a "contract prosecution".
While 48 percent of voters say Dotcom should stay, almost as many – 42 percent – say he should go.
Kim Dotcom's lawyer says the denial of access to his client's seized data has left him defenseless to fight extradition
The Court of Appeal has ruled that Kim Dotcom has the right to sue the Government Communications Security Bureau.
The US has successfully appealed a High Court decision which would have forced lawyers to hand over evidence against Kim Dotcom.
Kim Dotcom’s new website, Mega, has received 150 copyright notices in the 10 days it has been active, according one of the site’s lawyers.
The security of Kim Dotcom's new cloud storage website Mega is being questioned.
But what does Mega have to offer beyond the hype?
Internet tycoon Kim Dotcom has opened his new file storage service to the public with much fanfare.
He'd promised it was going to be big, and last night Kim Dotcom delivered.
The man behind “the largest online Kiwi startup” has addressed the world to launch his creation before promising to become more low key.
Internet millionaire Kim Dotcom can now buy his mansion, if he can get the money.
Speculation on whether Key discussed piracy accused Kim Dotcom with Obama is fuelled by his refusal to talk about it.
Contractors working on Dotcom's mansion contacted Key's office last year, but he maintains he never heard of the German until January.
Prime Minister John Key has scoffed at Kim Dotcom's claims that he is lying about his knowledge of the internet entrepreneur.
Kim Dotcom says he will use mega.co.nz for his new file sharing website after his Gabon bid fell over.
Kim Dotcom's new website, me.ga, has been blocked by the central African country of Gabon, which owns the .ga domain.
Internet piracy accused Kim Dotcom's new file-sharing website will be launched early next year on the anniversary of his arrest.
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