Megaupload Founder Defeats US Govt Attempts To Put Him Back In Prisonby Enigmax, TorrentFreak
Feb. 29, 2012
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After being granted bail last week, Kim Dotcom went home to spend some quality time with his family. The Megaupload founder had been in prison for little over a month after his arrest in January. Upset at the decision to grant Dotcom freedom, the US Government, argued yesterday in an appeal hearing that he should be put back in jail. Today they failed in that attempt and Dotcom remains a free man – at least for now.