Attorney-General appeals for release of Kim Dotcom's devices to US

Thu, 09 Jul 2015

By Suze Metherell July 9 (BusinessDesk) - The Attorney-General's appeal to send Kim Dotcom's computers and other devices to the US continued in the Court of Appeal today, with the Crown arguing for cloned devices and their passwords to be released to the US.  Last December, the court ruled the search warrants executed in the high profile 2012 raid on the internet entrepreneur were valid, although Chief Justice Sian Elias issued a dissenting view. Appearing in the Court of Appeal before Justices Tony Randerson, Lynton Stevens and Douglas W...

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