Kim Dotcom’s lawyer Simon Cogan in Tuesday’s Court of Appeal hearing in Wellington. Photo: RNZ / Angus Dreaver Kim Dotcom is fighting a judge’s decision that would see his hard-drives and passwords released to the United States’ FBI.

The controversial billionaire behind now-defunct data-sharing website Megaupload has been at the centre of multiple litigations in New Zealand, after armed police stormed his Auckland mansion in 2012 and seized hundreds of devices.

He is now appealing a High Court ruling that found the devices – which also hold private family photos and videos of the birth of his children – could be […]

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