Megaupload vs the US
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Kim Dotcom and his legal battles with the US govt
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FBI Did Not Steal Megaupload Evidence Because It’s “Digital”? | TorrentFreak

FBI Did Not Steal Megaupload Evidence Because It’s “Digital”? | TorrentFreak | Megaupload vs the US | Scoop.it
In New Zealand Dotcom’s legal team continues the battle over data that was seized from his home. Dotcom’s lawyer Mr. Akel argues that the FBI illegally copied data from his computers, to send it to the U.S.

 

A strange but interesting argument, since the entire case against Megaupload is built on evidence that’s not physical.

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Megaupload Shutdown Hurt Box Office Revenues | TorrentFreak

Megaupload Shutdown Hurt Box Office Revenues | TorrentFreak | Megaupload vs the US | Scoop.it
A new paper suggests that box office revenues were negatively impacted after the shutdown of Megaupload. The dip in revenues was most visible for average size and smaller films.

 

Strangely shutting down Megaupload has actually hurt box office revenues

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Kim Dotcom: fund free NZ internet by suing Hollywood and US government

Kim Dotcom: fund free NZ internet by suing Hollywood and US government | Megaupload vs the US | Scoop.it
Megaupload founder proposes free New Zealand broadband paid for by lawsuits over 'unlawful' destruction of his business...

 

Kim Dotcom plans to provide free high speed broadband access to all of New Zealand in the hopes that it will bring more business to the country. It will be funded by money he hopes to win from sueing the US govt and Hollywood. 

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Kim Dotcom claims entrapment by US authorities • The Register

Kim Dotcom claims entrapment by US authorities • The Register | Megaupload vs the US | Scoop.it

Article says the DoJ asked Megaupload to hold onto files that were being used by the DoJ to assist another ongoing investigation when Megaupload themselves wanted to delete said files. The files in question were then used against Megaupload in its internet piracy case by the DoJ

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