Dotcom heads back to court
Four years on and multiple hearings, rulings and a SWAT-style raid later, Kim Dotcom is heading back into the courtroom.
In the case that just keeps on giving, the Megaupload owner is seeking a review of an extradition ruling which could see him heading back to the United States to face charges of copyright violation and money laundering.
And in a new twist, Dotcom wants this hearing to be broadcast live on the internet. The US government isn't in favour - just another thing the two parties don't agree on.
Auckland University law professor Bill Hodge joined Mark Sainsbury, filling in for Paul Henry, to discuss whether there is actually an end in sight for this case.