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Canadian ISP Defends Decision Not To Oppose BitTorrent Copyright Trolls

After being targeted by Voltage Pictures, the company behind the Hurt Locker and thousands of copyright troll lawsuits in the United States, Canadian ISP TekSavvy chose not to oppose the studio in court at yesterday's hearing. TekSavvy CEO Marc Gaudrault said that after looking at the issue from every possible…

Canadian ISP Prepares For “Unprecedented” BitTorrent Troll Assault

Popular Canadian ISP TekSavvy is warning its customers that BitTorrent trolls have been calling and will likely strike in the weeks to come. Voltage Pictures, the company that sued thousands in the United States over its Hurt Locker movie, monitored TekSavvy users sharing two dozen of its titles during September…

Judge Delays Teksavvy Copyright Trolls For Public Interest Intervention

As a US-based film studio continues with its plans to send cash settlement demands to alleged Canadian BitTorrent pirates, a judge has delayed the handing over of their personal details. Voltage PIctures recently targeted more than a thousand customers of the Ontario-based ISP Teksavvy as potential recipients of pay-up-or-else letters…

Canadian Court Slaps Restrictions on Copyright Trolling

When a copyright holder says that people have infringed their rights online, delicate issues hang in the balance. Should courts absolutely protect the privacy of alleged infringers and help them stay anonymous, or do the legitimate rights of entertainment companies need to come first. These are just some of the…

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