RIAA lawsuit accuses the defunct file-sharing service of "massive copyright infringement" of music.
The MPAA says the now-defunct file-sharing site should pay millions because it allegedly infringed on copyrighted movies and TV shows, while encouraging others to do the same.
A new study shows that in the months following the takedown of Kim DotCom's cyberlocker, online movie revenue increased by 6 percent to 10 percent.
A New Zealand court orders its government to release records on the illegal surveillance and raid of DotCom's mansion, which may help the MegaUpload founder's case against U.S. extradition.
The file-sharing service's founder Kim Dotcom takes to Twitter to bash web-hosting company LeaseWeb for deleting millions of users' files.
The Apple cofounder stopped in to visit Kim DotCom, the accused video pirate, on a recent trip to New Zealand. See the photo.
The U.S. Attorney's office says the request by the defense is a waste of the court's time and resources.
Carpathia Hosting says it shouldn't have to heft costs of preserving MegaUpload's data, but U.S. attorney suggests managers should have predicted that partnering with a pirate site would be expensive.
The U.S. government fires back at the file-sharing service's claims that it was deceived by the feds.
Time's up, says Carpathia Hosting, the company that has maintained the 25 million gigabytes of data belonging to MegaUpload since the U.S. government shut the service down for alleged piracy.