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Court orders Canadian ISP to reveal customers who downloaded movies

The Globe and Mail- In a pivotal courtroom battle over unauthorized downloading in Canada, a Federal Court has handed down a major ruling – one that has all sides claiming victory.

Canadian Internet service provider TekSavvy Solutions Inc. has been ordered to hand over a list of names and addresses of its customers suspected of illegally downloading movies, in a landmark Federal Court decision.

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matt1391723d ago

That is beyond terrible!

kingPoS1723d ago

Uh oh, sound like Voltage are trying to turn TekSavvy into a warden for their own purposes. They want a pick of the crop so-to-speak so they can troll at leisure. This can't be any good.

Anthotis1723d ago

Time for Anonymous to get to work..

cyclindk1723d ago (Edited 1723d ago )

Court is going to order techspy to reveal the IP addresses and names of everyone of us.. I mean you who agreed with the above comment.

Speed-Racer1723d ago

192.168.0.1
192.168.0.2
192.168.0.3
192.168.0.4
192.168.0.5
192.168.0.6
192.168.0.7

DivineHand1251723d ago

This might make some citizens migrate south to avoid prosecution.

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