download.jpgIPNews® – A Virginia federal judge on Friday denied Megaupload Ltd.’s motion to dismiss the U.S. government’s massive criminal copyright infringement case agains the online media storage and download service, its founder Kim Dotcom and seven other employees.

The New Zealand-based Megaupload had argued that the company could not be properly served with a summons because it has no address or operations in the U.S. Judge Liam O’Grady disagreed, saying that such a minor hurdle does not warrant dismissal and that one of the individual defendants could be served upon extradition. To continue reading, click: Megaupload Loses Bid To Junk U.S. Copyright Criminal Action