New Zealand’s Court of Appeal maintained the choice that Mr Dotcom and three others can be removed to stand preliminary for copyright encroachment and extortion.
The charges are identified with Mr Dotcom’s presently dead document sharing site Megaupload, which enabled a huge number of individuals to download computerized content.
Mr Dotcom and his co-denounced have reliably denied the US charges.
It is presently up to New Zealand’s Justice Minister Andrew Little to choose whether removal should occur.
Mr Dotcom and his co-denounced have one last legitimate alternative.
In a prior court fight, the High Court concurred with the guard that the blamed couldn’t be removed in light of the asserted copyright encroachment alone, as “online correspondence of copyright ensured attempts to general society is certainly not a criminal offense in New Zealand”.
Be that as it may, the four denounced could be removed on the extortion charges, the judge said in his 2017 decision, as they are violations in New Zealand.
The most recent decision does not decide if the litigants are blameworthy or pure, simply that they can be sent to the US to stand preliminary.