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Kim Dotcom Is Taking His Political Party To The US In 2015

Kim Dotcom may be down on his luck, be he’s certainly not out. After failing to win a seat in New Zealand, the German-Finnish Internet entrepreneur has now announced that he’s taking his Internet Party to the US next year.


Kim Dotcom: I'm Broke

Long time, no Kim Dotcom. Well, perhaps the reason the German-Finnish internet entrepreneur has gone so quiet is because he’s flat broke.


Pranksters Get Kim Dotcom Kicked Off His Own Site For Piracy

Kim Dotcom is probably the most wanted man in the movie theatres’ fight against piracy. He’s under investigation by the FBI, and they’re trying to extradite him from sunny, safe New Zealand to the States. But those pale in comparison to his latest problem: his account on Mega, the cloud storage site he founded last year, just got terminated. Oops.


Kim Dotcom Good Times Album Review: What A Mess

Following news that Kim Dotcom has launched a new music-streaming service called Baboom, I had a listen to the only available album on the site, Good Times, written and produced by Mr. Dotcom himself.


Kim Dotcom Releases Electropop Album (Listen For Free!)

Last year, Kim Dotcom released a single dance track, and at the time he threatened to release an album. Now, as part of the launch of his new music streaming service, it’s here.


Kim Dotcom Has Cancelled His Birthday Party

I hope that ticket to New Zealand is refundable…


Kim Dotcom Is Having A Birthday Party, And You're Invited

Celebrity defendant and founder of MEGA, Kim Dotcom, is having a huge party in New Zealand, and the invite is to everyone in the world.


US Shows Its Hand Against Kim Dotcom

A 191-page document has been shown in the case of the United States vs Kim Dotcom, and within are details of the operations of Megaupload, and the flaunted wealth of Dotcom himself. While Dotcom is in the middle of separate legal action against New Zealand for potentially extralegal spying, the US will use Skype chats, financial data, and email content in their own court case.


The Megaupload Takedown Killed At Least 10 Million Innocent Files

When Megaupload got taken down two years ago, it took a whole hell of a lot of data with it. And eventually it got obliterated. Some of it was pirate data, sure, but some was legit too. And new research shows that, at the very least, 10 million innocent files got the axe.


Kim Dotcom Is Creating A 'Cutting Edge' Encrypted Email Service

When the government came knocking because Edward Snowden used Lavabit’s encrypted email service, it did the sensible thing and, uh, shut itself down. Other similar services have followed suit — and now Kim Dotcom plans to capture the market tat’s being left wide open.