Earlier this year, Kim Dotcom released his first album, “Good Times.”

Chris Keall

Kim Dotcom became the Internet’s most widely known fugitive in 2012 when his New Zealand home was raided and he was hit with criminal copyright charges for running the popular website Megaupload.
The charges brought by US authorities led to Dotcom and his colleagues being arrested and his assets frozen, including bank accounts holding more than $175 million. However, Dotcom was quickly released and is fighting extradition efforts in New Zealand courts. A trial over his extradition could be held as early as July.
But a new lawsuit filed today will add to Dotcom’s headaches. Already facing criminal charges, Megaupload—along with Dotcom and two other former Megaupload executives—was sued today by the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA).
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