In the ongoing controversy over internet regulation and piracy, one alleged pirate stands out, at least as far as the United States Justice department is concerned.
He goes by the name of Kim Dotcom. He's the founder of Megaupload, the internet file storage service which the U.S. government accuses of criminal copyright violations.
He was also thrown in jail in New Zealand, where he lives. He was allowed to return to his home, but is not allowed to leave the island.
We’ll talk to Wired's Charles Graeber, who wrote a profile on Dotcom, for more.