Kim Dotcom gestures as he speaks during an interview with Reuters in AucklandA New Zealand courtroom on Wednesday dominated that the search warrant used within the arrest of Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom on U.S. online piracy costs was once prison, dealing a blow to the web entrepreneur who is combating extradition to the USA. The choice will advantage U.S. prosecutors who say the Megaupload site value movie studios and document companies greater than $500 million and generated more than $one hundred seventy five million in prison proceeds by letting users retailer and share copyrighted subject material, comparable to movies and TV displays. If Dotcom is extradited, the following copyright case may set a precedent for web liability laws and, must he win, could pressure leisure corporations to rethink on-line distribution methods. Wednesday's ruling overturned an earlier High Court resolution that the search warrants had been vague and enabled police to snatch supplies inappropriate to the fees in opposition to Dotcom.