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Megaupload, Kim Dotcom, and others request stays on civil suits pursued by the music and movie industries to prevent their 5th amendment rights being violated in the ongoing criminal cases.
Mega founder Kim DotCom is planning to launch "Megaparty" in time for the New Zealand elections. The eccentric millionaire hopes to get the youth and internet users to be excited about voting.
Hotfile.com who have been in a legal battle with the MPAA since 2011, had reached a settlement with the organization which included certain conditions to continue operating has closed anyway.
A judge in New Zealand has ruled the evidence gathered in 2012 by law enforcement in the Megaupload raid can be accessed by its founder Kim Dotcom and his defense team.
Kim Dotcom, the founder of the Mega file-sharing service, posted word today that it now has over 3 million users a month after its official launch, along with over 125 million uploaded files.
The newly launched Mega file sharing website has pledged to offer new options that will allow users to change their passwords sometime in the future while defending its current security methods.
At the official launch party for his new Mega file-sharing service, Kim Dotcom announced that Mega already has over one million registered users one day after it opened to the general public.
Mega, the cloud-based file serving website, had server issues as it launched to the public earlier today as it had to handle a massive flood of registered users that currently total 250,000.
Some members of the press can now access Kim Dotcom's new Mega file sharing service, which includes the pricing for premium services and word on what features will be added in the next few months.
When Kim Dotcom's upcoming file sharing web service Mega launches on Sunday, it will offer up 50 GB of file storage space for free to its customers, but there's no word yet on premium services.
Kim Dotcom has posted up another screenshot of Mega's interface, which will have an accelerator for uploads and downloads of file for his upcoming cloud service.
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Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom will hold a press event for his next website, Mega, at the New Zealand mansion which was raided in January by law enforcement as part of the Megaupload shutdown.
MegaUpload creator Kim Dotcom has posted up some new screenshots of Mega, the successor to his now shut down file sharing website, on his public Twitter account.
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Kim Dotcom's extradition to the United States hearing could be pushed all the way back to July 2013, with the family's case reaching box-office proportions in terms of plot twists and turns.
Kim DotCom's new on-line service will have a New Zealand-based domain, the entrepreneur confirms. And it will work with the due respect of the local laws.
Megaupload's successor, Mega, isn't even out the door and is already running into problems. Months before launch it has lost its me.ga domain but owner, Kim Dotcom says a backup was already in place.
Even as Kim Dotcom prepares to launch a successor to his ill-fated Megaupload, he's working on other exciting projects, like building a fiber system for New Zealand - and it's free, at least to ISPs
Kim Dotcom might be gearing up to launch his new venture, but the EFF's fight for Megaupload users' data is far from over, and now the government is saying that they don't really own their cloud data.
Kim Dotcom has launched a preview site for 'Mega', the file sharing service that will rise from the ashes of MegaUpload, and which promises to "change the world" when it launches next year.
Kim Dotcom, the founder of the shut down file sharing website MegaUpload, revealed the first details of the site's successor, Mega, even though Dotcom is still facing online piracy charges.
For users who lost access to files at the time of Megaupload's shutdown, there may yet be some hope that they can retrieve their data from the petabytes of data still available to the server's hosts.
New Zealand's Prime Minister, John Key, apologizes to MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom, after it was found that the country's government illegally spied on Dotcom's activities.
Kim Dotcom, the now-famous internet media mogul, has revealed further details on Megabox. Anyone interested will be disappointed to discover the supposedly revolutionary service is "coming soon".
Megaupload is coming back, and sooner than you think. Founder Kim Dotcom says that the new, decentralized and 'unstoppable' service is 90% coded, and servers are already being deployed.
The Motion Picture Association of America has deemed file-sharing hub Hotfile the "most blatant inducer of copyright infringement" during legal proceedings, beating even Megaupload and torrent sites.
Filesonic, previously one of the major file-sharing websites on the internet, has been gone for the past few days with no explanation, and the main domain having suddenly changed hands.
Kim Dotcom is to receive up to $6,000,000 from the New Zealand government to aid his legal battle for the future. This money will be secured from $10,000,000 in bonds that were frozen back in April.
Kim Dotcom has shared some of his extremely ambitious plans with the internet via his Twitter account, indicating that he isn't going to give up on his goals for the future.
Possible further delays are likely as the New Zealand court has ruled that the FBI must present their evidence of piracy to them before the extradition hearing takes place in March next year.
The founder of MegaUpload, who's been accused of online piracy, is planning to launch his disruptive music service Megabox before the end of this year. And maybe, file sharing site MegaUpload returns
A video showing part of the law enforcement raid in January on the New Zealand-based home of MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom has surfaced, showing more of what happened that day.
Judge David Harvey, one of the judges presiding over the MegaUpload online piracy case, has quit after remarks suggesting he felt the US was the "enemy" were made public.
The extradition hearing for MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom has been pushed back from August to March 2013 in a decision earlier today by a New Zealand judge.
The Motion Picture Association of America has denied the claims of MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom that US Vice President Joe Biden ordered the raid on the file sharing website.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom claims to have information that shows that US Vice President Joe Biden is the man who ordered the raid on Megaupload, possibly with influence from the MPAA.
A New Zealand judge has ruled that the search warrants used by the FBI in the raid on MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom's mansion were in fact illegal in the biggest defeat yet against the FBI's case.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak now officially says he supports Kim Dotcom and the now shut down file sharing website MegaUpload, a few days after Wozniak visited Dotcom in New Zealand.
MegaUpload's founder Kim Dotcom has recently reactivated his Twitter account and is using it, at least in one message, as a teaser for Megabox, an upcoming music-themed online business.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom recently got a very special visitor at his New Zealand home: everyone's favorite hacker, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. They even took an Instagram snapshot.
A New Zealand judge has ordered the FBI to start copying a whopping 150 terabytes of data from the computers of MegaUpload's founder Kim Dotcom in preparation for a possible transfer of those files.
A man who has been requesting for months to get access to data he created and owns from the now shut down MegaUpload site is being blocked by the Department of Justice.
After originally opposing the return of any files to users of Megaupload, the servers of which are currently locked down, the MPAA has apparently reversed its stance - but with a caveat.
A judge in New Zealand has given the government of that country and the US three weeks to produce the evidence that they used to charge the organizers of MegaUpload with online piracy.
A man who wants to get to his legally owned video files that were stored on MegaUpload's now shut down servers is trying once again to ask the courts to intervene and get his files back.
In a strange move, the FBI has taken Kim Dotcom's data outside of New Zealand without the knowledge of the court and sent it back to the US, despite an order stating it was to remain in the country.
The judge in charge of the MegaUpload online piracy case has told the FBI that it may never come to trial due to the US never having filed criminal papers against the file sharing website.
It has been revealed that shortly before being shut down, Megaupload was investigating options for raising money for the organisation through a public stock offering.