Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom will have his appeal against a judge's decision to deny him bail heard in court tomorrow.
The German national and New Zealand resident was remanded in custody after a bail hearing last week.
Judge David McNaughton said the risk of Dotcom fleeing the country, even if he was required to report to police regularly, have his computers confiscated and have his movements monitored electronically, was too great.
Dotcom's lawyer, Paul Davison QC, said there was no risk of Dotcom fleeing and launched an immediate appeal against the decision.
The appeal is being heard at the Auckland High Court tomorrow.
Two of his co-accused, Bram van der Kolk and Finn Batato, were granted bail, while the other co-accused, Mathias Ortmann, had his bail hearing postponed until tomorrow.
Dotcom will appear in court again on February 22 for an extradition hearing.