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British ISP Sky Broadband Cuts Off ACS:Law

September 28th, 2010 09:34 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “British ISP Sky Broadband cuts off ACS:Law and refuse to cooperate after at least 4,000 of their customers’ information was carelessly leaked. According to Sky Broadband, ‘We have suspended all co-operation with ACS:Law with immediate effect. This suspension will remain in place until ACS:Law demonstrates adequate measures to protect the security of personal information.’ Sky Broadband had been providing customer information to ACS:Law as part of their anti-piracy operation.”

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