Kim Dotcom stories
Kim Dotcom film up for best documentary at Asia-Pacific Screen Awards
A film about entrepreneur and former MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom is up for best documentary at this year’s Asia-Pacific Screen Awards.
Caught in the Web: Kim Dotcom documentary to screen at NZ Film Festival
Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web explores the story of internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and his legal battles with the US government.
Megaupload back and better than the original, claims Kim Dotcom
Kim Dotcom announces that Megaupload will be back in 2017, claiming it will be 'better than the original'.
Dotcom calls out John Banks in open letter
Kim Dotcom challenges John Banks to go on record after being discharged of charges in donations saga.
Mega's legal guns shoot down claims of 'content theft'
Mega, the file storage firm, has hit back at claims it profits from 'content theft' in a report calling the allegations 'defamatory'.
Kim Dotcom's Mega deal falls through
Mega deal falls through as TRS Investments fails to gain shareholder approval for NZX listing of cloud-based storage firm.
PayPal stops processing Mega payments; NZX listing still on
PayPal has ceased processing payments for Mega, the storage and encryption firm looking to join the New Zealand stock market via a reverse listing.
Was Facebook hacked last night?
Facebook and Instagram went down for an hour, sending hipsters, humble braggers and creeps into a panic. #socialmediameltdown2015.
Kim Dotcom releases MegaChat, says it will kill Skype
Kim Dotcom has released a public beta testing version of MegaChat, a video calling and messaging browser based service that uses encryption to rival competitors such as Skype.
Supreme Court upholds validity of Dotcom search warrants, Chief Justice dissents
The Supreme Court has ruled the search warrants executed in the high-profile arrest of internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom were valid, although Chief.
Headwinds for Baboom as Dotcom calls it quits
After the expensive fiasco of the Internet Party which resulted in a declaration that his brand was ‘poisonous’, Kim Dotcom has sold his share in the proposed Baboom music streaming service.
How social media lost the New Zealand election
In the wake of the 2014 general election, it could be time for companies and political parties alike to take a fresh look at social media.
Key 'sets record straight'... Rubbishes mass surveillance claims
Prime Minister John Key denies claims of mass surveillance by New Zealand's intelligence agency, GCSB.(93).
Southern Cross Cable CEO slams 'total nonsense' spy claims
Southern Cross undersea cables untouched by surveillance, says CEO Anthony Briscoe, refuting claims made by journalist Glenn Greenwald.
Defiant PM fights back… Dotcom trying to save “reasonably large” butt
Prime Minister John Key denies allegations of mass surveillance, accusing Kim Dotcom and Glenn Greenwald of ulterior motives.
Dotcom: “We’ll close one of the Five Eyes…”
Met with rapturous applause from a jam-packed Auckland Town Hall, Kim Dotcom’s ‘Moment of Truth’ event last night has sent shockwaves across the country.
Internet Party removes ‘f*** you John Key’ ad
Internet MANA removes controversial video featuring audience members chanting obscenities towards Prime Minister after complaint to ASA.
New Mega CEO makes double tech hire
Mega CEO Graham Gaylard has today announced two senior technology appointments to join the Mega team.
Life after Dotcom as Mega makes local CEO move...
Graham Gaylard appointed CEO of Mega Ltd, bringing his experience in technology start-ups to lead the company's global growth phase.
Has Dotcom made a Mega cock-up in bashing Xero?
Kim Dotcom’s sudden silence in his war of words with Xero CEO Rod Drury has not gone unnoticed in some circles, with many speculating shareholder pressure to have severely bitten his tongue.
Political parties push for Coleman exit as Dotcom debacle drags on
NZ Immigration right to distance itself from claims ministers were unaware of FBI involvement in #KimDotcom case. (110 characters).
Should Coleman come clean over FBI Dotcom briefing?
Former Immigration Minister Jonathan Coleman called upon to reveal when he was informed of FBI investigation into Kim Dotcom.
Dotcom takes on Drury... Mocks 'overvalued' Xero
Born at the NZ Tech chaired political ICT debate and enflamed on national TV, Rod Drury’s Kim Dotcom-bashing has finally provoked reaction.
“Go home Dotcom”… Drury slams “depressing” political ICT plans
As the political heavyweights debated the future ICT roadmap for New Zealand last night, Rod Drury sat shaking his head in the crowd.