This photo shows Kim Dotcom in Hong Kong in 1999 before he moved to New Zealand. He was reportedly blocked from buying his property Down Under in 2010 after failing the New Zealand government’s “good character” test for nonresidents of the country. Possible reasons for the decision could include his convictions for hacking in 1997, insider trading in 2002 and embezzlement in 2003, reports the Fairfax NZ News. But Dotcom was apparently fast-tracked for citizenship after investing $8 million in New Zealand government bonds.
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