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Gorgonzola

@videotron.ca
reply to resa1983

Re: Voltage Versus Teksavvy, Round 2 Continued

said by resa1983:

I assume there's still no email out, as frankly they want people sharing it - more people to sue.

If there's no Email by tomorrow then CIPPIC is going to have call bullshit on voltage. As well as TSI's lawyers.

3 weeks is more than enough.


TwiztedZero
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join:2011-03-31
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Plus theres this : Distributel is now FIGHTING the court order to disclose their customer information!

So I guess theres more action afoot - On other fronts.

bullwinkle

join:2011-03-19
Nepean, ON
And south of the border...

"IP Address Snapshots Not Sufficient Evidence To File Infringement Suit; Prenda Lawyer Faces Sanctions... In a lengthy order that reads more like a smackdown, Wright attacks Gibb's abuse of the legal system and thoroughly dismantles his so-called "business model.""

»www.techdirt.com/articles/201302···ns.shtml


hm

@videotron.ca
said by bullwinkle:

And south of the border...

"IP Address Snapshots Not Sufficient Evidence To File Infringement Suit; Prenda Lawyer Faces Sanctions... In a lengthy order that reads more like a smackdown, Wright attacks Gibb's abuse of the legal system and thoroughly dismantles his so-called "business model.""

»www.techdirt.com/articles/201302···ns.shtml

That's quite a nice analogy the judge makes.

This snapshot allegedly shows that the Defendants were downloading the copyrighted work—at least at that moment in time. But downloading a large file like a video takes time; and depending on a user’s Internet-connection speed, it may take a long time. In fact, it may take so long that the user may have terminated the download. The user may have also terminated the download for other reasons. To allege copyright infringement based on an IP snapshot is akin to alleging theft based on a single surveillance camera shot: a photo of a child reaching for candy from a display does not automatically mean he stole it. No Court would allow a lawsuit to be filed based on that amount of evidence... ....