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Kevin Spacey stars in IIFA, accuses India of 'stealing' House of Cards

Apr 28, 2014

Kevin Spacey stars in IIFA, accuses India of 'stealing' House of Cards

House of Cards is really big in India, I discovered," Spacey told reporters late Saturday as he walked the ceremonial carpet into the packed stadium. "Except isn't it funny that Netflix doesn't exist there yet. Which means that you're stealing it," he said. #World #Bollywood #India #TheySaidIt #IIFA #Piracy #Florida #Netflix #Entertainment #online piracy #House of Cards #Kevin Spacey #Tampa
Megaupload founder wins access to evidence seized in 2012 raid

May 31, 2013

Megaupload founder wins access to evidence seized in 2012 raid

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. #Internet #Technology #NewsTracker #online piracy #Megaupload #Kim Dotcom #Megaupload.com
China shuts down search engine, Gougou.com for piracy

Jan 03, 2013

China shuts down search engine, Gougou.com for piracy

China has shut down a local Internet search engine blacklisted by the US for its notoriety to carry pirate content. Gougou.com, run by Chinese web firm Xunlei, which had previously planned to float on one of the US stock exchanges was shut down. #China #Piracy #TechBuzz #online piracy #Gougou.com
Megaupload founder announces new file-sharing site, Mega

Nov 01, 2012

Megaupload founder announces new file-sharing site, Mega

Kim Dotcom, the founder of the shuttered file-sharing site that housed everything from family photos to blockbuster films, on Thursday announced a new online storage service called Mega that will give users direct control - and responsibility - over their files. #InsecureNet #online piracy #Megaupload #Kim Dotcom #Mega
Judge allows Megaupload founder access to funds to pay legal fees

Aug 29, 2012

Judge allows Megaupload founder access to funds to pay legal fees

A New Zealand court on Wednesday granted Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom access to an additional NZ$6 million to pay legal fees and living costs, loosening restrictions placed on the Internet tycoon under investigation by US authorities for online piracy and fraud. #NewsTracker #online piracy #Kim Dotcom #Megaupload.com