Video: Kim Dotcom's multi-million dollar New Zealand mansion is up for sale. Coatesville House, one of New Zealand's "most distinguished and magnificent properties", is expected to sell for upwards of $25 million — and you might recognise it as the property raided by NZ police in 2012. It's owned by the guy behind Chrisco Christmas hampers, and you can take a 360-degree tour on YouTube.
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Mega and Kim Dotcom have had a rough time of it, with complex ongoing legal battles that have sapped his few remaining funds. Part of the problem is that US holds all his money and assets and are doing their best to keep it all for themselves.
The last time we left Kim Dotcom, he was busy poising himself as "Hilary's worst nightmare in 2016" with a brand new pretend political party, the Internet Party. Now, our future President Dotcom is busy rambling to his eventual constituents on Twitter about starting his very own internet. You know, just as soon as he gets enough money to do something about it.
PlayStation Network and Xbox Live are still repeatedly going offline and experiencing problems, so if you're itching to try out a new Christmas gift game, you may have to wait.
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.
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.