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Kim Dotcom Loses Latest Legal Bid to Avoid U.S. Extradition

Flamboyant internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and three of his former colleagues have lost their latest bid to avoid extradition to the U.S. to face criminal charges.

Kim Dotcom Loses Extradition Case, Plans Appeal

Dotcom is wanted in the U.S. for money laundering, racketeering and copyright violations.

Kim Dotcom Extradition Hearing Begins in New Zealand

The Megaupload founder may have to go to the U.S. to face criminal charges.

U.S. Government Allowed to Keep Kim Dotcom Money

A federal judge agrees that Kim Dotcom fits the definition of a "fugitive" whose property has been seized properly.

Kim Dotcom Severs Ties With Digital Music Service Baboom

"The music industry hates me," he tweets about selling his 45 percent stake

Kim Dotcom’s Music Streaming Service Plans Australian IPO

The service, named Baboom, is currently trying to raise $4.2 million in startup funds.

Fight Over Megaupload’s Frozen Assets Heats Up

Court decisions in New Zealand and Hong Kong could soon decide whether Kim Dotcom gets access to millions of dollars.

Record Labels File Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Against Megaupload

The RIAA joins the MPAA in the suing-Kim-Dotcom parade.

Oscar Winner Juan Jose Campanella Talks AMC’s ‘Halt and Catch Fire’ and Fighting Piracy

The Argentine director spoke to THR about his recent outburst against piracy, AMC's upcoming "Halt and Catch Fire" and his plans for an online platform to watch Latin American films.

Kim Dotcom Officially Launches Internet Party in New Zealand

The German national who can't run for office himself says the party will be a ""movement for the freedom of the Internet and technology, for privacy and political reform."

Kim Dotcom’s Mega Eyes Backdoor Toward Going Public

Dotcom buys a company so as to get on the New Zealand Stock Exchange.