What now after the Dallas Buyers Club pirate claim is rejected as ‘surreal’?
zen at freedbms.net
Mon Aug 17 16:28:35 PDT 2015
A little sanity in the Australian courts - what a day.
"The Court accepted that Voltage could ask for the costs of a single
copy of the film and an appropriately proportioned fee to recover its
legal costs so far."
We have iiNet, Australia's second largest ISP, to thank for this. They
have seen the economic self interest in putting some resources to
establishing sane internet-related rulings. I call it "enlightened
economic self interest" as it appears to be at least a step above the
average corporate nature.
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