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copyright trolls

The threats of hundred-thousand dollar fines and getting booted off of the Internet came on the heels of a new law requiring ISPs to pass copyright infringement notices on to their subscribers. The ISP are now legally obliged to comply, forwarding the notices along to alleged infringers verbatim and, as it now turns out, without much attention to whether the content owners were even accusing the right person.
The Harper government’s Digital Privacy Act is being billed as “protection for Canadians when they surf the web and shop
Canadians who are accused of online copyright infringement could soon be seeing demands for money in the mail from a U.S
More than 1,000 Canadians will likely be exposed to legal action over unauthorized downloading of movies, observers of an
A file-sharing lawsuit working its way through a federal court in Ontario court is the prelude for a “copyright trolling
Unauthorized file-sharers, take a deep breath. Your day of judgment hasn’t arrived quite yet. A federal judge in Toronto