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  1. Hollywood Docket: U.S. v. Apple; Richard Linklater's Insurance; Kim Dotcom's Property

    6:06 am 6/3/2013

    A big antitrust trial begins this week. Plus, a roundup of other entertainment law news.Read more

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  2. Kim Dotcom Case to Be Reviewed By New Zealand's Supreme Court

    9:45 am 5/16/2013

    The Megaupload founder has gotten the country's highest court to review a March decision over access to U.S. government documents.Read more

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  3. Kim Dotcom on Nearing Top of Time Poll: 'Eat This FBI'

    9:24 am 4/10/2013

    The Megaupload founder currently places at No. 3 in voting for the magazine's top 100 influential people. Read more

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  4. Kim Dotcom's Mega Looks to Hire CFO Ahead of Possible IPO

    1:55 am 3/5/2013

    The file-storage service, launched in January, plans to pursue a stock-market listing within 18 months, according to the job ad.Read more

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  5. U.S. Government Wins Key Ruling in Bid to Extradite Kim Dotcom

    6:28 am 3/1/2013

    A New Zealand appellate court rules that the U.S. won't have to turn over documents and that the coming extradition hearing will consider only a "limited weighing of evidence."Read more

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  6. Too Early To Say Whether Kim Dotcom's Mega Is Legal (Analysis)

    8:33 am 1/22/2013

    Hollywood watches 500,000 users sign up in the service's first 14 hours, but Mega's fate in the courts rests on how they use the storage site.Read more

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  7. Kim Dotcom: New Site Is Legal, 'Fresh Start,' Not Revenge on Hollywood

    1:21 am 1/20/2013

    "We'll reserve final judgment until we have a chance to take a closer look," but "count us as skeptical," the MPAA says about Mega.Read more

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  8. Kim Dotcom Launches New File-Sharing Service Called Mega

    11:41 am 1/19/2013

    The Megaupload founder wrote on Twitter that more than 250,000 users had signed up for the net site within a few hours. Read more

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  9. Kim Dotcom's 'Me.Ga' Plan Foiled by Small African Nation

    12:00 pm 11/7/2012

    Gabon forbids the Megaupload founder from using their .ga domain.Read more

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  10. New Zealand Prime Minister Apologizes to Kim Dotcom

    8:18 am 9/27/2012

    John Key reacts to a report that placed blame on NZ's intelligence agency for illegally bugging the Megaupload founder before his arrest in January. "I accept your apology," tweets Dotcom.Read more

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