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dlinker

join:2012-03-02
Mississauga, ON
reply to nanook

Re: Effort afoot in court to sue Canadians for illegal downloads

What I don't understand is why Teksavvy's is the only name that keeps coming up in the 'long list of clients waiting to go to court' and no other company.

Just a question is all.

resa1983
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join:2008-03-10
North York, ON
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said by dlinker:

What I don't understand is why Teksavvy's is the only name that keeps coming up in the 'long list of clients waiting to go to court' and no other company.

Just a question is all.

Because the only other p2p lawsuit (also Canipre-caused) has been put on hold in Montreal, pending resolution of this case. This is despite the different plaintiffs, different defendants, and different ISPs involved.

Essentially NGN Productions (Montreal p2p suit), is waiting for the evidential trial in the Teksavvy case to go through, so as not to waste time/money in case the evidence gets tossed - if it gets tossed in the Voltage/Teksavvy case, Distributel et all can bring up the ruling by the judge in the Teksavvy case, and get THEIR case tossed.

Same 'evidence' company, same methods, same program, same faulty 'evidence' collection.
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