Megaupload founder vows party will 'lead NZ into the future', but PM says it's a stunt
MegaUpload founder's cloud storage website gets US prosecutors in a 'tizzy'
Internet entrepreneur plans cable across the Pacific - and aims to pay for it by suing US government
Brash internet entrepreneur hopes to shift blame for any piracy on to users of new filesharing site
Sweden wants to extradite Gottfrid Svartholm Warg for copyright offences - but did America intervene?
Megaupload founder had allegedly used his stomach in an assault – so police asked elite unit to join raid
Popular file-sharing site Demonoid is shut down by authorities but some are hopeful of its return
Judge in extradition case steps down over joke to copyright conference suggesting the US is 'the enemy'
But only if the US lifts the freeze on his assets to allow him to pay his lawyers
Megaupload founder is denied bail as he waits for extradition proceedings to begin
Home movies show Dotcom and cronies behaving badly while out and about in Hong Kong (video)
Pirate Parties worldwide accuse FBI of causing 'incalculable damage' to legitimate users
Auckland judge orders Kim Dotcom to remain in custody as his colourful reputation soars
Anonymous hackers forced to disown 'Megaupload alternative' and anti-Facebook campaign
FileSonic has disabled its filesharing capability, but it looks like Megaupload was a one-off
But has the hacker collective played into the hands of the entertainment industry they so despise?