New Zealand court rules that Kim Dotcom can be extradited


Uncle Sam prevails over Kim Dotcom, but the case will likely go all the way to New Zealand's Supreme Court

Kim Dotcom, the New Zealand-based German entrepreneur behind the Mega Upload file-sharing website, can be extradited to the US along with three associates, an Auckland court has ruled. Dotcom an...

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