Thu, 28 Jun 2012 4:43p.m.
The police search and seizure at Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom’s mansion have been ruled illegal by a High Court Judge.
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15/07/2012 4:43:41 a.m.
Grant Latimer wrote:
When somebody becomes too sucessful and advertises through song just how many uploads converting to dollars are being made ...the Green eyed monsters come out. They come in all forms and especially those who do not fully understand the benefits of file shaing and are left out, those monsters raise their ugly heads as we have seen with Mr Dotcoms case. Share the love Dotcom, this is New Zealand pal !
7/07/2012 8:59:41 a.m.
What a load of crap. This guy is a thief plan and simple. He steals from artists and the creative community at large.
2/07/2012 7:29:17 a.m.
John Ernest wrote:
keep up the good fight.You deserve a win. Good Luck.
30/06/2012 10:18:26 a.m.
Leave Dotcom alone.Hasn't he been punished enough
29/06/2012 8:38:50 p.m.
Fair Kiwi wrote:
Well done Judge Helen. I think an apology from the NZ Government is also in order. Mr dotcom must be allowed to stay in NZ and all his property and money returned. Governments all over the world are going too far. These stand-over tactics must stop. The people of the world have had enough. Too many taxes and to many outrageous laws. The people are the world, not a handful of blood suckers.
29/06/2012 5:49:09 p.m.
Kim Dotcom is a kind man. Who would have thought that it would be his crime. This has erased my pride as a New Zealander permanently. The FBI clearly need heaps of sense hammered into them. Online piracy is the least of the issues in the world. The FBI should actually be completely restaffed.
29/06/2012 1:12:39 p.m.
If you read history, you will read about the Guttenberg press. That machine revolutionalised the print industry, and humanity probably rode out of the dark ages on it. If I read history correctly the "establishment" tried to get rid of it. Did it work, obviously not, the same as what will happen to the internet revolution, once started there will be no stopping. Why we are lackies to those clowns from the whitehouse beats me.
29/06/2012 12:15:18 p.m.
How incredibly incompetent and embarrassingly stupid. I can see a line of lawyers battling to take on this one. This will be the biggest law suit NZ has ever seen. And so it should be so that this never happens again.
29/06/2012 8:15:55 a.m.
I guessed the police and the armed squad was only doing their job specially when the American and Germanies CIA and the FBI accusing Dotcom of frauds that caused the awareness of all New Zealanders safety.. A Millionaire Kim Dotcom and his family were granted with a New Zealand residency for 10 million dollars by the Government, but why the prison and why did Banks denied the donation he asked for, even denied to help when Dotcom was in need then has the chicks to asked for two cheques..The Government and his accomplised betrayed Kim Dotcom and the people of this country by denial, injustice and frauds..Dotcom was actually working outside America and Germany when he was accused of frauds and laudered..New Zealanders are fetch up with all the shits throwing at there faces that are desperately seeking for a new Government to act on behalf of there country and it's people safety..
29/06/2012 2:17:54 a.m.
It's apalling that when push comes to shove, NZ doesn't give its residents any protection against dodgy and illegal foreign bullying. Good to see that the FBI's lapdog got told off. Now give Kim back his stuff and tell the Hollywood police to get lost.
John Banks has appeared in court over his failure to properly report donations to his mayoral campaign.
Patrick Gower says Mr Horomia's role as chief of the Maori caucus within Labour is likely to be picked up by Shane Jones.
While 48 percent of voters say Dotcom should stay, almost as many – 42 percent – say he should go.
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