Mega founder Kim Dotcom has been scoring one victory after another over his would-be prosecutors over the past year and now he’s poised to land his biggest triumph yet. BBC News reports that Dotcom “has won access to evidence seized during raids on the file storage service” after New Zealand’s high court ruled that the warrants used to seize the evidence were unlawful. Dotcom wasted no time crowing about his latest win on Twitter and made a “victory” checklist in which he checked off the goal of getting his data back from law enforcement officials. The only item left unchecked on Dotcom’s list is getting former Megaupload users’ data back, which Dotcom has repeatedly said is one of his most important goals.
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