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Mega launches Android app
Kim Dotcom releases official Android app - now available free of charge from the Google Play Store - with iOS and Windows to follow.
Key brands Dotcom's submission a "circus"
Showdown between Prime Minister and Megaupload founder didn't disappoint in Parliament yesterday, but was it more PR than policy?
Dotcom gets set to question Key
Megaupload founder gets his 15 minutes in the spotlight today, as he questions John Key in Parliament.
The Spy who killed Kiwi Privacy
“Mass surveillance is morally indefensible. Stop US spy subsidiaries in New Zealand. Stop the GCSB bill. Demand Independent Inquiry of #GCSB.”
Megaupload suffers "data massacre"
After LeaseWeb deletes MegaUpload data from 690 servers without an apparent warning, Kim Dotcom has taken to Twitter to vent his fury.
Five Eyes, Spies and Govt lies…Dotcom speaks
"Nobody would be shocked to hear me admit that I have a problem with authority."
In defence of Kim Dotcom…
Following the illegal surveillance of the Megaupload founder, why have heads not rolled within government?
Dotcom: Dear Edward Snowden, you are a hero
Megaupload founder tells Barack Obama "this is a fight you cannot win".
Oh no...Dotcom's extradition hearing delayed...again
Bid to extradite Kim Dotcom to the US has hit delays as Supreme Court issues wrangle on.
Dotcom wins US court battle
New Zealand court grants Megaupload founder access to all evidence seized by police during a raid on his property in early 2012.
Warner Bros: Call off the Mega Google search
Music studios ask Google to remove Mega from search results, citing copyrighted content as the issue.
Court grants Dotcom leave to appeal
Megaupload founder allowed to appeal his extradition case against the Crown in the Supreme Court.
Dotcom: A case of fatal flaws
Megaupload founder says case against him is extraordinary, simply because it is "so clearly meritless."
Is illegal Dotcom data held overseas?
Megaupload founder says illegal information gathered by New Zealand intelligence is stored overseas.
Dotcom lawyer set for court date
Policeman in charge of Megaupload raid set to be cross-examined in court, at the wishes of Dotcom's lawyer.
Dotcom case: Spies under the spotlight
Police seek more government spies for questioning over the illegal surveillance of Kim Dotcom.
Downloaded in 60 Seconds - Piracy prevents movie sales
The closing of a major online piracy site can increase digital media sales, with the Megaupload shutdown causing such in digital sales and movie rentals.
Lies, damned lies and an MPAA-funded ‘study’ finds Dotcom shutdown boosted film studio revenue
Dotcom shutdown was good for business, crows morally suspect MPAA through a proxy.
Dotcom: Sue you NZ Govt
The most wanted man on the internet can now sue over illegal government spying, and boy will he take advantage of it.
Mega IPO: Soon, you could own a piece of the Dotcom magic
Personal legal wrangles aside for now, Kim Dotcom's Mega looks set to list within 18 months.
Blinder for Dotcom as he can’t see US ‘evidence’
Evidently the evidence against Kim Dotcom and Megaupload is so substantial that he isn’t allowed to know what it is to prepare his defence against extradition.
Exclusive: Vikram Kumar on his Mega move
Former InternetNZ chief Vikram Kumar joined Kim Dotcom's Mega. He answers Techday's questions.
Kim Dotcom's Mega mission
Mega founder has a message for the United States government: game on.
The futility of RIANZ
When you blow a quarter of a million dollars and secure a whopping six hundy fine against the most egregious example, you should know something is seriously wrong.