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New Zealand judge dismisses 7 of Kim Dotcom's 8 arguments against extradition to US

New Zealand judge dismisses 7 of Kim Dotcom's 8 arguments against extradition to US | 15 Dec 2017 | A New Zealand judge has rejected seven of the eight arguments made by Kim Dotcom, in which the founder of the file sharing giant Megaupload presented reasons why he shouldn't be extradited to the US. The arguments were part of Dotcom's appeal of a High Court decision made earlier this year, which states that he is eligible to be extradited to the US. That appeal will be heard in February, according to the New Zealand Herald. "I [Justice Timothy Brewer] have granted the USA's application to strike out causes of action 1 to 7 of the statement of claim for judicial review dated 21 July 2017," the ruling states. "The proceeding is now 'live' only in relation to the eighth cause of action."