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Evidence that Kim Dotcom was not allowed to present at his extradition hearing would not have helped his case anyway, the Crown says.
Kim Dotcom has been given permission to livestream his appeal against extradition on Youtube.
A district court judge failed to keep an open mind and give meaningful consideration to Kim Dotcom's arguments against extradition, defence lawyers say.
Kim Dotcom's fight to stay in New Zealand is not over yet, with his lawyers predicting the case will go all the way to the Supreme Court. Video, Audio
Four years, four defendants and, now, an extradition verdict. Take a look back at major events since the start of the investigation into Kim Dotcom. Video
Kim Dotcom is vowing to appeal this afternoon's court judgment paving the way for his extradition to the United States to stand trial on criminal charges. Audio
Professor Bill Hodge discusses today's ruling and what next's for Kim Dotcom. Audio
Kim Dotcom has moved out of the sprawling Auckland mansion that was the centre of the armed raid in which he was arrested in 2012.
Kim Dotcom's reference to himself as "evil" was an intentional mistranslation by US prosecutors and the case against him is rotten, says the internet mogul's lawyer.
The Crown says no amount of expert evidence will erase the fact that Kim Dotcom's Megaupload business knowingly paid users for violating copyright. Audio
The question of whether the Justice Minister saw a copy of the arrest warrants for Kim Dotcom and his co-accused has come under the microscope at the mogul's extradition hearing.
A defence lawyer in the Kim Dotcom extradition hearing has questioned whether the Justice Minister saw a copy of the arrest warrants before the raid on the internet mogul's mansion went ahead. Audio
Kim Dotcom's Megaupload website let users upload pirated videos and paid them for their efforts, despite receiving thousands of "take down" notices from copyright holders, a court has heard.
A court has heard Kim Dotcom's business partners privately expressed fears he would take the money and flee if their business ended up in legal trouble. Audio
The Crown says Kim Dotcom and three other men were knowingly making millions of dollars from illegal music and movie files and were worried they would eventually be found out. Audio
Kim Dotcom warned a colleague a judge would one day find out how "evil" they were, the High Court in Auckland has been told. Video, Audio
As Kim Dotcom's extradition hearing begins, the internet businessman says he and his co-accused are no longer close friends. Audio
Kim Dotcom's court hearing begins today to decide whether he should be extradited to face trial in the United States. His preparation for the hearing was set back by a change of lawyers at the end of… Audio
The first of seven people indicted over Kim Dotcom's now defunct Megaupload website has pleaded guilty to copyright infringement charges. Audio