The case against Kim Dotcom, finally revealed

Nearly two years after Kim Dotcom’s New Zealand mansion was raided by police, US authorities have made their case as to why the man behind Megaupload shouldn’t simply go bankrupt like previous copyright violators before have — he should go to jail, they argue.In a 191-page “Summary of Evidence,” government lawyers marshal Skype chats, financial data, and dozens of e-mails to make their case that Megaupload was a criminal network designed from the start to distribute copyrighted material. It discusses the payments made to heavy uploaders to encourage them to drive traffic to the files of movies and TV shows they hid online.
arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2013/12/us-unveils-the-case-against-kim-dotcom-revealing-e-mails-and-financial-data/

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