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  1. Hollywood's Most Wanted: Megaupload's Predecessors

    8:00 am 5/2/2012

    Meet the big three file-sharing services that made their way on (and in some cases off) the web before Kim Dotcom's Megaupload.Read more

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  2. Megaupload's Kim Dotcom: Inside the Wild Life and Dramatic Fall of the Nerd Who Burned Hollywood

    8:00 am 5/2/2012

    He wanted to be the next Steve Jobs (and talked about starring in a reality TV show). But the outrageous ex-hacker and self proclaimed Dr. Evil, who collected yachts and $400,000 supercars as his file sharing website amassed 180 million users, faces 50 years in prison as showbiz braces for the nastiest piracy fight ever.Read more

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  3. Inside the World of Cyber-Lockers

    8:00 am 5/2/2012

    Megaupload is one of several file-sharing services alleged to have spread pirated video, music and software online.Read more

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  4. Who Says Piracy Costs the U.S. $58 Billion a Year?

    8:00 am 5/2/2012

    The closer one looks, the more dubious the figures seem. Read more

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  5. Featured on the Today Show

    7:45 am 5/2/2012

    "The Today Show" ran a feature on Dotcom after he appeared in court in New Zealand, highlighting his grandiose behavior and lavish lifestyle. Read more

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  6. Pranking People in Hong Kong

    7:45 am 5/2/2012

    Before he changed his name to Kim Dotcom, he was known as Kim Schmitz. Here he is in 2004 scaring people in Hong Kong. Dotcom had no problem rattling the nerves of unsuspecting pedestrians. Read more

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  7. No. 1 Ranked Player in the World at 'Modern Warfare 3'

    7:45 am 5/2/2012

    Prior to being arrested on Jan. 20, 2012, Dotcom was the No. 1 ranked 'Modern Warfare 3' player. The first-person shooter video game has over 15 million online players. Dotcom's motto: "Don't hate me because I beat you. Respect me because I can teach you." Read more

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  8. New Zealand Fireworks Display

    7:45 am 5/2/2012

    As a thank-you to New Zealand for granting him citizenship, Dotcom gifted the country with a $500,000 fireworks show for the 2011 New Year. Kim and his wife watched the ten-minute display from a helicopter just 200 meters away from the explosions. Read more

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  9. Megaupload 'Mega Song'

    7:45 am 5/2/2012

    Printz Board and Kim Dotcom enlisted the help from several famous musicians, actors and athletes to promote their Megaupload service. Read more

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