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Still, as much as Dotcom's new venture might enrage prosecutors and entertainment executives, it shouldn't have any impact on the Megaupload case.
He has added a slew of dotcoms to his portfolio -- NaukriGulf.
The New Zealand High Court has already ruled that search warrants used by police to search Dotcom's mansion to collect evidence were illegal.
Dotcom denied any knowledge of the man and said he was not friends with him, Fairfax Media reported.
authorities want to extradite Dotcom on charges he masterminded a scheme that made more than $175 million in a few short years by copying and distributing music, movies and other copyrighted content without authorisation.
Dotcom Chrome's boss, Jamie, gets very nasty when you cancel."
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From being the most sought-after guys, dotcom entrepreneurs suddenly became the bad guys.
This study estimates the wealth effects of dotcom acquisitions and also investigates whether the wealth effects of dotcom acquisitions are different from those of other acquisitions in the 1999-2001 period.
by Dilip Saraf draws upon the author's past three years working with employment seeking clients who were laid off during the Silicon Valley high tech retrenchments and dotcom failures.
Haights Cross chairman/ceo Peter Quandt said the IT publishing industry "has been hit hard by the dotcom implosion.