prosecutors declined to comment on the new site, referring only to a court document that cites several promises Dotcom
made while seeking bail that he would not — and could not — start a Megaupload-style business until the criminal case was resolved.
officials have been fighting for months to extradite Dotcom
from his adopted home of New Zealand, but that country's High Court dealt those efforts a blow last June when it ruled that New Zealand authorities used unlawful warrants to search Dotcom
The U.S.-initiated case against Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom
over alleged copyright violations by customers of the online storage firm is unraveling in New Zealand due to police missteps and American high-handedness.
It's not for nothing that he is called the Sachin Tendulkar of the dotcom
business -- he has been in it longer than most others, since 1997 to be precise.
Summary: Megaupload boss Kim Dotcom
says he is willing to go the US to clear his name after being accused of distributing copyrighted content.
Megaupload boss Kim Dotcom
on Friday failed to overturn a ruling that he remain behind bars in New Zealand while US officials seek his extradition for alleged copyright piracy, reports said.
Prosecutor Anne Toohey argued at a bail hearing that Kim Dotcom
, a German national also known as Kim Schmitz, was a flight risk "at the extreme end of the scale" because it was believed he had access to funds, had multiple identities and had a history of fleeing criminal charges.
We've spoken to people who've used Dotcom
Chrome's online advertising service, tried to cancel and then found themselves on the receiving end of vile online reviews.
Internet users are now skirting round ICANN to create their own unique and memorable range of new Dashcom (not Dotcom
) Domains and TLDs, absolutely free.
Distribution: named a new business development manager, David Del Pizzo.
"This will be especially popular with busy mums who have the school run and children's activities to manage," says Laura Wade-Gery, chief executive officer of Tesco dotcom
and Tesco Direct.
Summary: Ten years ago this month, the dotcom
bust began, burning trillions of dollars and millions of dreams.