Kim Dotcom

Officer ordered to reveal Dotcom spy details

A former senior Northland police officer is among government officials ordered by the High Court to reveal details of secret surveillance on internet tycoon Kim Dotcom.

Dotcom cleared to pursue case against police

Details of the top secret international spy agency ring known as Echelon will have to be produced after a new judgment in the Kim Dotcom case.

Court date for Banks over Dotcom donation

Court date for Banks over Dotcom donation

John Banks may have to give evidence under oath about his involvement in the Kim Doctom donation saga.

Dotcom spy investigators get nod from target's sister agency

Police investigating illegal spying on Kim Dotcom by the GCSB have received security clearances to conduct their inquiries - from the other spy agency which reports to the Prime Minister.

Dotcom no security risk to NZ: SIS

Dotcom no security risk to NZ: SIS

The Security Intelligence Service has confirmed its investigation into Kim Dotcom found he posed no security risk to New Zealand.

New site could breach Dotcom bail terms

Kim Dotcom could breach his bail terms or face further charges if he goes ahead with plans to start a new file-sharing service like his shuttered Megaupload site, a United States attorney warns.

Dotcom calls on spies to leak truth

Dotcom calls on spies to leak truth

Kim Dotcom has issued a call for those inside law enforcement and spy agencies to turn whistleblower and share information about his case with the media.

New Megaupload site not far away: Dotcom

New Megaupload site not far away: Dotcom

Megaupload founder and internet piracy accused Kim Dotcom says his new file sharing website is 90 per cent complete and it will be impossible for the United States to shut it down.

Greens lodge police complaint over Dotcom spying

Greens lodge police complaint over Dotcom spying

The Green Party has asked police to investigate the GCSB's illegal spying on Kim Dotcom, saying the agency appears to have broken the same law under which Prime Minister John Key laid his "Teapot Tapes" complaint.

Key on back foot over Dotcom

Key on back foot over Dotcom

Prime Minister John Key was yesterday again on the back foot in Parliament over questions about how much he knew about the involvement of the GCSB and other intelligence agencies he is responsible for in the Kim Dotcom debacle.

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