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Ediscovery New Zealand Style

Posted by Kate Potters, COO, Glenmont Group

As I’m preparing to go on vacation to visit my daughter in New Zealand, eDiscovery is not on the top of my mind. 240 more words

Outside Articles

The Long Arms of The US Government

Since when did it become acceptable for the United States government to stick it’s rather large (and probably obese) hands in to other countries and pick out citizens will-nilly, like a child with a pic ‘n’ mix? 326 more words

Unlawful

New Zealand Court Denies Bail for Megauplaod Founder

In a raid requested by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation on January 20th, Kim Dotcom, along with three others, were arrested.  American officials  have also released that a fourth accomplice, Andrus Nomm, has been taken into custodyby Dutch police.  307 more words

Journalism

Megaupload: The Attention Is Not Where It Should Be

As many will know, Megaupload was shut down by the United States a few weeks ago, and its founder is currently being tried for crime of piracy. 697 more words

Personnal

Ubergeek Up the Creek

Ubergeek Mr Dotcom/Whose websites are making a bomb/Has been refused bail/So must languish in jail/Till he can’t tell his RAM from his ROM.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/internet/9037396/Megaupload-founder-Kim-Dotcom-refused-bail.html

MegaUpload: Mr. Dotcom's plea and possible extradition to the U.S.

As an update to the arrest of MegaUpload Mogul, Kim Dotcom (AKA Kim Schmitz) Reuters and YahooNews are reporting as follows: (Complete article available via the link “reporting”. 538 more words

SOPA

The Internet's Gone Crazy With Lawlessness Run Amuck

On Thursday, the Department of Justice seized the anonymous file-sharing website Megaupload and charged seven people in connection with the site with running a criminal enterprise based on Internet piracy. 792 more words

Crime