Mega stories - Page 2
Crown claims 'deficient' Dotcom search warrants not invalid
Crown admits flaws in Dotcom's 2012 raid warrants but argues they remain valid, as court mulls extradition battle details.
Slingshot and Dotcom offer free MEGA accounts to customers
Slingshot partners with Kim Dotcom to offer NZers free MEGA accounts, boosting value on broadband deals with 500GB cloud storage.
Kim Dotcom resigns Mega directorship to fight US charges
Kim Dotcom exits Mega's helm to battle US extradition, launch political party, and unveil new music site.
Kim Dotcom for PM? Call it the No Hope Party says Key
Megaupload founder is set to launch his own political party in New Zealand, hoping to win power at the November 2014 elections.
Top cloud computing providers sign up to Code of Practice
A selection of New Zealand’s top cloud computing providers have signed up to the Cloud Computing Code of Practice in Auckland earlier today.
You gotta fight, for Dotcom's right, for transparency…
Megaupload founder dispatches legal team to Wellington today, as his lawyers fight for full disclosure in New Zealand's highest court.
Should pressured NZ bow to Dotcom demands?
Kim Dotcom may be wanted in the US for alleged copyright crimes, but should New Zealand bow to such demands for extradition?.
NZ spies carry damaging disguise
NZ plans to extend spy laws spark fears of unchecked surveillance and privacy invasion, questioning the morality of mass data collection.
Android App Review: Mega
Given the hype surrounding the unveiling of the Mega Android app, we got out best man on the job to give his unbiased view on Kim Dotcom’s latest release.
Telecom hosts Dotcom's Mega site
Internet mogul and telco agree a deal, with Mega CEO Vikram Kumar saying Gen-i will account for around 10% of the website's capacity.
Mega CEO: Should ISPs be privacy crusaders?
Vikram Kumar asks do New Zealanders care enough about their privacy to make it worthwhile for an ISP to be a privacy crusader?.
Mega launches Android app
Kim Dotcom releases official Android app - now available free of charge from the Google Play Store - with iOS and Windows to follow.
Dotcom gets set to question Key
Kim Dotcom prepares to challenge PM John Key in Parliament over NZ's spying agency expansion, promising a revealing showdown.
The Spy who killed Kiwi Privacy
Kim Dotcom criticizes proposed New Zealand spy bill, warns of abuse of power by government. Telcos also oppose bill. #GCSB.
Oh no...Dotcom's extradition hearing delayed...again
Kim Dotcom's extradition delayed yet again as Supreme Court wrangles continue, with a decision possibly pushed to April 2014.
Dotcom wins US court battle
New Zealand court grants Megaupload founder access to all evidence seized by police during a raid on his property in early 2012.
Warner Bros: Call off the Mega Google search
Warner Bros and NBC Universal demand Google to delist Kim Dotcom's Mega, citing copyright infringements, sparking debate on censorship.
Join NZSA for a Mega evening with CEO Vikram Kumar
Dive into the realm of secure cloud services at NZSA's evening with Mega's CEO, Vikram Kumar, detailing Mega's journey and tech breakthroughs.
Court grants Dotcom leave to appeal
Kim Dotcom's appeal to have evidence disclosed by US authorities will be heard by New Zealand's Supreme Court.
Google's free storage triples to 15GB
Internet search giant triples capacity to store files across Google+, Drive and Gmail.
Dotcom: Sue you NZ Govt
The most wanted man on the internet can now sue over illegal government spying, and boy will he take advantage of it.
Mega IPO: Soon, you could own a piece of the Dotcom magic
Kim Dotcom teases a Mega IPO, opening investment in his digital empire to the public amid his ongoing legal battles. #MegaIPO.
Blinder for Dotcom as he can’t see US ‘evidence’
Evidently the evidence against Kim Dotcom and Megaupload is so substantial that he isn’t allowed to know what it is to prepare his defence against extradition.
Exclusive: Vikram Kumar on his Mega move
Vikram Kumar discusses his leap to Mega, praising its global vision for NZ and its focus on internet privacy, despite Dotcom's controversial past.