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  1. News - World - NEW ZEALAND

    Glenn Greenwald claims New Zealand planned to spy on its citizens

    Posted Sep 15th 2014, 09:28pm by Reuters

    ... towards the surveillance in a project dubbed "Speargun", by tapping into an undersea telecoms cable into the country, while waiting for the legal authority to do so. "Phase one ...

  2. News - World - NEW ZEALAND

    Kim Dotcom's new company Mega to list on New Zealand stock exchange

    Posted Mar 25th 2014, 10:13pm by AP

    ... executive Stephen Hall said that he hoped trading would begin in early June. The flamboyant Dotcom was born Kim Schmitz in Germany before legally changing his name. He founded the Hong Kong-based ... to this business," he said. Dotcom last week lost a ruling in New Zealand's Supreme Court as part of his legal battle to try to avoid US extradition. He was seeking full disclosure of the US evidence ...

  3. News - World - NEW ZEALAND

    Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom dealt blow in extradition fight

    Posted Mar 21st 2014, 10:40pm by Reuters

    ... Lana Lam and Reuters Supreme Court rules against Megaupload founder's appeal to access US prosecutors' evidence to be presented at extradition hearing in July Dotcom's legal ... was legal. Dotcom is appealing that decision. US attorney Ira Rothken, a member of Dotcom's legal team, said that the ruling was "quite robust", adding it could put the defence ...

  4. News - Asia - NEW ZEALAND

    Kim Dotcom promises ‘interesting facts’ in legal struggle

    Posted Mar 12th 2013, 11:52am by Agence France-Presse in Austin, Texas

    ... for a unique Internet link that they could share any way they like. He repeated his opinion that the case against him is political, rather than legal, emanating from the financial support President ...

  5. News - Asia - NEW ZEALAND

    New Zealand court denies Pacific man’s bid to be climate change refugee

    Posted Nov 26th 2013, 02:49pm by Reuters

    ... ruled that his claim fell short of the legal criteria, such as fear of persecution or threats to his life. Justice John Priestly called the bid novel but misguided, and upheld the original ...

  6. News - Asia - NEW ZEALAND

    New Zealand’s top court takes Kim Dotcom appeal

    Posted May 16th 2013, 05:23pm by Associated Press in Wellington

    ... extradition to the United States. The appeal to the New Zealand Supreme Court involves a ruling on evidence and represents one strand of the complex legal case against executives from the file-sharing ... against the four men has been postponed once, from March to August, due to legal wrangling and now may now be postponed further. Dotcom and the others remain free on bail pending the hearing.   ...

  7. News - World - NEW ZEALAND

    Kim Dotcom plans to set up political party in New Zealand

    Posted Sep 03rd 2013, 12:00am by AFP

    ... Zealand during his legal battle. He made No98 on a Reader's Digest list of the country's 100 most trusted people. Key was ranked 80th. ...

  8. News - Asia - NEW ZEALAND

    NZ judge orders compensation for 29 mining deaths

    Posted Jul 05th 2013, 04:03pm by AP

    ... make up any shortfall. “It is a travesty of justice that the Pike River families could end up with as little as NZ$5,000 in compensation when they are legally entitled to much more,” Hague said ...

  9. News - World - NEW ZEALAND

    Kim Dotcom 'in tears' over deletion of Megaupload files by LeaseWeb

    Posted Jun 21st 2013, 12:00am by AFP

    ... hosting companies had agreed to put Megaupload data in storage while the legal battle continued, giving users hope they might eventually get their material back. He tweeted: "Let me be crystal clear. Leaseweb has NEVER informed our legal team or anybody at Megaupload about the deletion of servers until TODAY." He said he was in tears over the situation and that some of his ...

  10. News - World - NEW ZEALAND

    US wins appeal in battle to extradite Kim Dotcom

    Posted Mar 01st 2013, 02:31pm by Associated Press in Wellington

    ... Paul Davison, one of Dotcom’s lawyers, said on Friday he planned on appealing the case to New Zealand’s Supreme Court. Under New Zealand law, Dotcom’s legal team must first submit ... at the extradition hearing because the hearing is not the venue to determine guilt or innocence. The court pointed out that the legal obligation on the US is simply to prove it has a valid case to answer. ...




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