Kim Dotcom’s Canadian connection: Servers in Ontario could be key in case against alleged Internet pirate

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As dawn broke over New Zealand’s North Island in January 2012, a police helicopter landed for a few seconds in the front courtyard of a lavish mansion, just long enough to drop off an elite squad of anti-terrorist officers.

They sprinted for the front door and busted through, trying to prevent Kim Dotcom, allegedly the world’s top Internet pirate, from destroying evidence in the massive American racketeering case against him. The fear was that the Finnish/German hacker-turned-file-sharing-mogul had a “doomsday button,” which would erase his servers around the world and leave prosecutors empty-handed.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.