A New Zealand Judge Dismisses Almost All of Kim Dotcom’s Appeals Against Extradition

The title above is the subject of a news article from Joseph Hincks at TIME. He explains that, on December 15, 2017, “a high court justice said the only one of Dotcom’s grounds for contesting the order — which include challenging the validity of police arrest warrants and New Zealand court orders — would stand.”

For prior coverage of the U.S. prosecution of Kim Dotcom — a prosecution that raises several novel question about criminal enforcement of copyright law — see the following posts:

Court rules Dotcom extraditable

Lessig on the charges against Dotcom and Megaupload

Extradition Hearing Set for Kim Dotcom

Update on Kim Dotcom Extradition

Criminal enforcement of copyright

New article on criminal prosecution of filesharing services

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