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Raid on Kim Dotcom’s Mansion Was Legal, Supreme Court Rules

A high-profile police raid carried out on Kim Dotcom's New Zealand mansion has been declared legal by the country's Supreme Court. The Court acknowledged that the search warrants used against Dotcom were 'deficient' in detail, but this did not result in a miscarriage of justice.

Kim Dotcom Extradition Case Headed to the Supreme Court

Kim Dotcom and former Megaupload colleagues Mathias Ortmann, Finn Batato, and Bram van der Kolk are being allowed to take their extradition battle to the New Zealand Supreme Court. A decision released this morning states that the case may be heard and that contrary to claims by the US Government,…

Rightsholders Can’t Sue Without a Copyright Certificate, Supreme Court Rules

The US Supreme Court has ruled that creators can't sue someone for copyright infringement before they've obtained a copyright registration certificate. In a unanimous decision, Justice Ginsburg clarifies that applying for a copyright registration is not sufficient. Major copyright holders are not happy with the decision, but for some others…

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