Kim Dotcom on Supreme Court final countdown seven years after Megaupload copyright charges arrest
Sunday, 9 June 2019 () The Supreme Court will today hear a final plea from Kim Dotcom and three others to reject a court ruling they must be extradited to the United States to face charges connected to the operation of the defunct Megaupload website.The...
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WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and three of his former colleagues are fighting against being extradited to the U.S. in New... Seattle Times Also reported by •New Zealand Herald •BBC News
BUTTE, Mont. (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether residents of two Montana communities can continue their decade-long effort to get the Atlantic... Seattle Times Also reported by •CBS News
Kim Dotcom's lawyer has told the Supreme Court cinema warnings over copyright infringement are "propaganda" because there is only limited criminal liability in... New Zealand Herald Also reported by •BBC News