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Born Kim Schmitz in 1974 in Germany, the towering and heavy-set middle school dropout began accruing notoriety while a teenager, with claims of hacking into the systems of government agencies and corporations worldwide.

At 20 he was prosecuted on charges including trafficking in stolen phone cards, though a lenient judge gave him a two-year suspended sentence — assuming this was a bright lad’s youthful folly when in fact Schmitz was only getting started.

But it's failing to declare a dangerous driving conviction for speeding in 2010 when he applied for residency in New Zealand that could force him to leave, Torrent Freak reports.

The online businessman, once owner of the incredibly popular Megaupload site, faces perpetual legal uncertainty until the case is resolved.

He had penetrated security systems at banks and utility companies, and stolen tens of thousands of pounds.

Following his conviction, Schmitz (he apparently changed his surname to “Dotcom” more recently) went straight and set up Data Protect, a computer security company.

Born Kim Schmitz in Kiel, Germany, Dotcom legally changed his surname to Dotcom in 20052.

Dotcom is the founder of a group called Young Intelligent Hackers Against Terrorism (YIHAT), founded in the wake of 9/11.8.

Now, there's a deportation inquiry into his application for residency.He announced he would invest tens of millions in the firm, which sent its shares soaring again.Unfortunately for investors, Schmitz didn’t have the money, and sold his own stake at a profit of more than a million pounds.It seemed a good time to relocate to the Far East, where Hong Kong’s “Wild West” world of high finance was much more to his liking than regulatory-heavy Europe.Yesterday, in a high-camp event at his Auckland mansion, the controversial internet millionaire, Kim Dotcom announced the launch of Mega, a file-sharing website to replace Mega Upload, which was closed down by US authorities exactly a year ago. In January 2012, Dotcom appeared in court in New Zealand regarding allegations from US prosecutors that his site Mega Upload had cost it's victims 0m in pirated material and made its founder m in the preceding year alone.3. According to the Wall Street Journal, Dotcom's collection of luxury cars includes a 1959 pink Cadillac and four cars with vanity plates reading 'Hacker', 'Mafia' and 'Stoned' and 'God'.5. Until January 2012, he was the world's number one-ranked player of video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 37.These deeds ironically made him a hot number as a computer security consultant among exactly the sorts of agencies whose security walls he’d trespassed.