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WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND: Internet mogul Kim Dotcom, accused of pocketing more than $175m from pirated copies of movies and other material, says he's broke and facing jail in New Zealand...
27 Nov 2014
WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND: Internet mogul Kim Dotcom confessed his brand was "poison" after his aspirations of bringing down the New Zealand government were overwhelmingly shunned in Saturday's (20 September) election.
22 Sep 2014
WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND: It is believed a handful of computer users clicked on links last week believing they would take them to the illicit images of nude celebrities, but instead they inadvertently installed malware triggering a crippling internet attack.
9 Sep 2014
WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND: Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom on Thursday (20 June) condemned a Dutch company's decision to delete millions of files belonging to users of his defunct website, calling it "the largest data massacre in the history of the Internet".
21 Jun 2013
WELLINGTON NEW ZEALAND: Lawyers for Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom accused the US government on Wednesday (8 May) of launching a flawed prosecution against their client with "frightening" implications for all Internet users.
8 May 2013
WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND: Internet tycoon Kim Dotcom launched a new file-sharing site at his Auckland mansion on Sunday (20 January), precisely a year after armed police arrested him at the same venue in the world's largest online piracy case.
21 Jan 2013