Kim Dotcom Can Return to Luxury Mansion, New Zealand Court SaysBy Chris Bourke
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Megaupload.com founder Kim Dotcom, accused of orchestrating the biggest copyright infringement conspiracy in U.S. history, can return to his leased luxury mansion after a New Zealand court relaxed bail terms.