New Zealand court rules that Kim Dotcom can be extradited

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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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