Kim Dotcom on extradition, government spying and fighting for the freedom of the internet

It has no doubt been a long few years for Kim Dotcom, the founder of file-sharing service Mega who’s currently being chased by the music labels and movie studios, and battling extradition with US authorities over copyright infringement claims around his now-defunct Megaupload company. Despite some victories in the ongoing pursuit, Dotcom still finds himself at the center of a case that claims he cost the entertainment industry around $500 million. With his lawyers recently jumping ship after Dotcom ran out of money, the extradition case has been pushed back to June as he strives to build a new defence…

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