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BT Seeks Moratorium On Internet Piracy Cases

October 4th, 2010 10:13 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

myocardialinfarction writes “In the wake of widespread criticism of ACS:Law and its business model, British Telecom has asked for a moratorium on sharing customer’s data in cases of alleged illegal file sharing. ‘BT lawyers asked for the adjournment, saying that the firm needed to see details of the security system that would be used to store its customers’ data before it could comply with any order. … “We want to ensure broadband subscribers are adequately protected so that rights holders can pursue their claims for copyright infringement without causing unnecessary worry to innocent people.”‘”

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