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Megaupload's Dotcom warns NZ against complying with U.S. spying

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - As revelations of U.S. spying shed more light on a Washington-led intelligence-sharing alliance, a victim of illegal spying by member nation New Zealand on Wednesday warned against following the United States into "the dark ages of spying".Full story

Dotcom decries 'largest data massacre' after company deletes files

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - The founder of the outlawed Megaupload file-sharing site denounced on Thursday "the largest data massacre in the history of the internet", after a European firm wiped out private photos, videos and documents stored on servers used by the site. Full story

Megaupload founder wins access to evidence seized in raid

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - A New Zealand court granted Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom access on Friday to all evidence seized by police in a 2012 raid, bolstering the Internet entrepreneur's fight against extradition to the United States to face online piracy charges. Full story

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Megaupload founder Dotcom talks to members of the media outside the New Zealand Court of Appeals in Wellington
Megaupload founder Dotcom talks to members of the media outside the New Zealand Court of Appeals in Wellington

Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom talks to members of the media outside the New Zealand Court of Appeals in Wellington September 20, 2012. Dotcom appeared at the Court of Appeals, where the U.S. government will appeal against a court decision that it must disclose documents confiscated in the Megaupload