Titled “The United States vs You (and Kim Dotcom)” and written by Megaupload lawyers Ira Rothken and Robert Amsterdam, the paper accuses the Obama administration of being a pawn of big corporations.
Torrent Freak May 8, 2013
Megaupload’s legal team are not restricting their fight with the U.S. Government only to the courts. Today they published a detailed white paper accusing the White House of selling out to corporate interests, particularly Hollywood. “The message is clear. The White...Read Full Story
Kim Dotcom and two lawyers, Robert Amsterdam and Ira P. Rothken, have published a white paper today defending the Internet entrepreneur against a criminal prosecution issued by the United States government.
The report says the copyright case against Megaupload, the previous file sharing service run by Kim Dotcom, is based on “highly dubious legal prinicples” and that it has been manipulated by the government’s desire to appease the movie industry in exchange for political support.
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New Zealand's Supreme Court on Thursday granted Kim Dotcom leave to appeal a ruling that US authorities do not have to disclose all of the evidence they have against the Megaupload founder.Read Full Story
New Zealand’s Supreme Court on Thursday granted Kim Dotcom leave to appeal a ruling that US authorities do not have to disclose all of the evidence they have against the Megaupload founder.
The Court of Appeal in March had overturned a decision ordering US prosecutors to hand over the evidence to Dotcom’s legal team as they seek to extradite him to face online piracy charges.
The appeal court ruled that a summary of the case would suffice.
Dotcom’s lawyers have sought to reinstate the...Read Full Story
US Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday denied allegations from Kim Dotcom that the prosecution against the Internet tycoon was launched to appease Hollywood moguls concerned about online piracy.
New Zealand-based Dotcom launched a “white paper” to coincide with a visit by Holder to Auckland this week claiming the case against his now-defunct Megaupload empire was baseless and did not stand up to legal scrutiny.
In the document, Dotcom’s lawyers argued Washington had bowed to pressure...Read Full Story
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