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drjp81

join:2006-01-09
canada
reply to MoreFaxes

Re: Proud of TSI for it's actions in Jan 14th hearing

said by MoreFaxes:

Why celebrating? I don't see it.

1. The lawsuit is not terminated. It is simply postponed.
2. TSI's log is inaccurate and incomplete, by their own admission. Any TSI customer can potentially be wrongfully accused. Weren't there 40 mistaken ID from the last count? So anyone is at risk, including the law abiding netizens that never ever used a P2P.

So why are we still celebrating again?

Because we made progress towards real justice. Which is what anyone wants.
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Cheers!

MaynardKrebs
Heave Steve, for the good of the country
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said by drjp81:

said by MoreFaxes:

Why celebrating? I don't see it.

1. The lawsuit is not terminated. It is simply postponed.
2. TSI's log is inaccurate and incomplete, by their own admission. Any TSI customer can potentially be wrongfully accused. Weren't there 40 mistaken ID from the last count? So anyone is at risk, including the law abiding netizens that never ever used a P2P.

So why are we still celebrating again?

Because we made progress towards real justice. Which is what anyone wants.

Voltage's 'real justice' and almost everyone else's 'real justice' are not the same.

JMJimmy

join:2008-07-23
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said by MaynardKrebs:

Voltage's 'real justice' and almost everyone else's 'real justice' are not the same.

Very true. And people who spent money on the mostly garbage movies Voltage sells would have a different take as well. Unfortunately there's no justice for people who are duped into paying for crappy entertainment

geokilla

join:2010-10-04
North York, ON
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·TekSavvy Cable
reply to drjp81
said by drjp81:

said by MoreFaxes:

Why celebrating? I don't see it.

1. The lawsuit is not terminated. It is simply postponed.
2. TSI's log is inaccurate and incomplete, by their own admission. Any TSI customer can potentially be wrongfully accused. Weren't there 40 mistaken ID from the last count? So anyone is at risk, including the law abiding netizens that never ever used a P2P.

So why are we still celebrating again?

Because we made progress towards real justice. Which is what anyone wants.

Real justice? Take a look at the verdict for the Nortel case. My auditing professor is going to be furious, along with many others.

quidnunc

join:2011-03-03
Richmond Hill, ON

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