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Court: Cox Willingly Failed to Disconnect Pirating Subscribers

District Court Judge Liam O'Grady has just issued a detailed memorandum explaining why Cox isn't entitled to a safe harbor defense. He ruled that Cox willingly failed to disconnect repeat or flagrant 'pirate' subscribers, a decision that could have an enormous impact on all U.S. Internet providers.

Cox Targets Pirates With “10+ Strikes” Program

Preferring to handle file-sharing in its own way, Cox was one of the few large ISPs that refused to take part in the United States' "six-strikes" scheme. Cox operates its own 10+ strikes program featuring warnings and temporary Internet restrictions in the early stages. The Internet provider stops short of…

Cox Has No DMCA Safe Harbor Protection, Judge Rules

Internet provider Cox Communications may be held liable for the copyright infringements of its subscribers, a Virginia District Court has ruled. According to the court, Cox failed to properly implement a repeat infringer policy and is not entitled to DMCA safe-harbor protection.

Pirating Subscribers Could Cost Cox Over $200 Million

Internet provider Cox Communications is facing more than $200 million in potential damages, if a jury holds it responsible for the copyright infringements of its subscribers. According to music publisher BMG there is no doubt that Cox is responsible. After a week of trial hearings the company has asked the…

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