US Wants To Extradite Kim Dotcom

According to nzherald.co.nz, The United States Government has filed its application to have Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom and three associates extradited to face charges.

The four face charges of conspiring to commit racketeering, conspiring to commit money-laundering, copyright infringement and aiding and abetting copyright infringement.

A date for the extradition hearing has been for August.

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  1. BrianWick says

    What happens when I want a good massage and I find 25 massage businesses listed online or in a yellow page book – but the feds find out 1 of those 25 business offers an illegal happy ending. Will these same feds shut down the online advertiser or the yellow page book ?

  2. BrianWick says

    Good point.
    My understanding is at Escorts.com, the vendors (escorts) were able to provide information about their services offered on Escorts.com servers – some of that information considered illegal goods and services well beyond just a price.

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