Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom wins new legal battle in New Zealand

Nicholas Fearn
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Kim Dotcom wins £45,000 in damages for, among other things, "loss of dignity and injury to feelings"

A New Zealand judge has sided with Kim Dotcom in his latest court hearing, claiming that the country's Attorney General broke the law by not handing over information about him stored by public agen...

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