The Craziest Facts You Didn´t Know About Kim Dotcom
As another part of his eccentric personality, Kim Dotcom recently made a lawsuit against the New Zealand government and told that he could donate the money to the whistleblower organization WikiLeaks.
WikiLeaks Could Get Support From Kim Dotcom´s Lawsuit Against New Zealand Government
While Kim Dotcom is facing extradition to the U.S., WikiLeaks leader Julian Assange might be convicted for publishing classified material regarding the American government, politicians, and military.
New Zealand High Court Supports Kim Dotcom´s Extradition To The US
Although New Zealand´s high court accepted Kim Dotcom´s extradition to the U.S., there´s a particular issue that could be really difficult with this situation, to the point in which it could not be made in short term.
Kim Dotcom: 690 Megaupload servers completely wiped in "largest data massacre in the history of the Internet"
690 Megaupload servers were wiped this week in what Kim Dotcom called the "largest data massacre in the history of the Internet."
Kim Dotcom: Have EU create Google alternative
Kim Dotcom New Zealand millionaire, Internet celebrity and target of U.S. copyright enforcers, has called on the EU to build a new alternative to Google in light of certain U.S. cybersecurity programs. Is the EU up to the task?
Kim Dotcom Claims To Own Two-Step Verification
Kim Dotcom has made it into headlines again. But this time the eccentric millionaire is on the offensive, claiming Google, Twitter and companies that use two-step verification are violating his patent. A patent filed for in 1998.
The Copyright Alert System: What Consumers Should Know
The Center of Copyright Information is beginning a Copyright Alert System to crack down on illegal peer-to-peer illegal file sharing.