Carpathia Hosting was relatively unknown outside of the web hosting community, despite its sizable footprint of several thousand web servers. After the Megaupload scandal erupted, it was revealed that the ten year old company is the host of the content shared formerly via Megaupload. This content is now locked in place and despite the nonchalant [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Kim “Schmitz” Dotcom – the larger than life CEO of Megaupload – has been released on bail, after it was determined he’s not a flight risk. According to New Zealand publication Stuff.co.nz: In granting bail this morning, Judge Nevin Dawson said at the North Shore District Court that officials had investigated Dotcom’s potential access to [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Megaupload – the company under siege by the FBI – applied for a trademark at the USPTO in 2008; the trademark was issued a year later. The illustrious Megaupload CEO, Kim Schmitz eventually changed his name to Kim Dotcom. However, neither of these names appear on the USPTO application for the “Megaupload” trademark. The application [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.
Kim Schmitz, the illustrious and larger than life CEO of Megaupload changed his name legally to Kim Dotcom and launched a multi-million digital empire. He also acquired the domain name Kim.com for an unspecified amount of money, rumored to have been in the upper $xx,xxx range. The 17 year old domain name Kim.com was handed [...]Copyright © 2013 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.