said by apvm:then goto the court and bring up CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT , chapter six of the charter of rights and freedoms that this unfairness unduly harms you perhaps in the future or at some other time as a TSI customer said by dillyhammer: said by apvm:
I am confuse here. Does that mean Teksavvy never ask how Voltage obtained those IP address and if the method used is accurate enough etc?
It appears as though Teksavvy and Voltage entered into some sort of an agreement whereby Teksavvy would refrain from contesting the motion if Voltage agreed to allow Teksavvy time to notify it's customers affected by the disclosure.
This is quite unfair, since only Teksavvy can contest the motion.
Did Teksavvy disclose how much administration fee they will charge Voltage per IP for the customer information?
I heard Rogers usually charge $200 per IP.