Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom is beseeching whistleblowers to help him in his case against the US government and is offering a bounty of $5 million to anyone with useful information. The German-Finnish entrepreneur is currently embroiled in the biggest copyright infringement case in history. Dotcom is currently residing in New Zealand and resisting extradition to
Following last week’s announcement that the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) was suing MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom for allegedly profiting from copyright infringement, the group’s record industry equivalent, the RIAA, has announced that they too are suing Dotcom. In a statement posted to their official website, the Recording Industry Association of America states that
Kim Dotcom has poked fun at his arrest last year by staging a fake Police raid as part of the launch for his new business venture. Dotcom – aka Kim Schmitz – launched Mega at his mansion just outside of Auckland, New Zealand in front of 200 guests. The event took place a year to
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom plans on celebrating the 1-year anniversary of his arrest in absolute style – by launching a site even bigger than the one that got him arrested in the first place. The file-sharing visionary will be launching his new file-sharing service Mega tomorrow, following what’s looking like being a massive launch party.
Megaupload founder and larger-than-life digital bandit Kim Dotcom has marked January 20 as the triumphant return of his company. Simply coined Mega, Dotcom plans on taking the world by storm with the service that already has the Feds up in arms. According to The Washington Post, Dotcom has great faith in the new system, which