Kim Dotcom, founder of the outlawed Megaupload, said his new "cyberlocker" was not revenge on US authorities who have charged him with online piracy.
A New Zealand High Court judge has ruled warrants used to seize property from Megaupload founder and accused internet pirate Kim Dotcom were illegal.
File-sharing multimillionaire Kim Dotcom faces another four weeks in jail in New Zealand after a judge warned he could try to flee to Germany.
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom has alarmed his neighbours in the affluent suburb he lives in, with an email joking about his "criminal links".
File-sharing site Megaupload's founder Kim Dotcom has been denied bail in New Zealand, where he is charged with internet piracy and money laundering.