Kim Dotcom was described as a billionaire and threatened to
withdraw his application to live in New Zealand unless
immigration officials met his deadline, according to
documents released yesterday.
German billionaire Kim Dotcom was reportedly convicted of
eight share trading offences in Hong Kong after being granted
residency in New Zealand.
German internet millionaire Kim Dotcom will have to wait
until tomorrow afternoon to find out whether he will keep his
freedom ahead of an extradition hearing in August.
Kim Dotcom could be out of his million-dollar mansion and
back in jail as soon Tuesday.
More charges have been filed against those involved in the
international Megaupload case, including reproducing
copyright material directly from third-party websites.
Kim Dotcom's co-accused Mathias Ortmann has been bailed.
The police say they have had "positive feedback'' from
international law enforcement agencies on the way the raid on
Megaupload millionaire Kim Dotcom's mansion was carried out.
Kim Dotcom's co-accused Finn Batato has been bailed.
The $4.3 million home where Kim Dotcom's pregnant wife and
three children live has been seized by New Zealand
Data and information of at least 50 million worldwide users
of website Megaupload could be deleted as soon as Thursday,
American prosecutors say.
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