Irish ISPs forced to reveal file-sharers identities

There is a brief article on Billboard about how six Irish ISPs have been ordered to reveal teh names anad addresses of P2P file-sharers. It’s a project in itself to follow how caselaw is evolving across Europe with respect to balancing privacy against copyright holders desire for ISPs to reveal user details. Last week we mentioned the Promusicae v Telefonica case.  

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  1. […] En Irlanda, la IRMA (la $GA€ de allí) ha conseguido que un tribunal obligue a seis proveedores de acceso a identificar a 23 personas acusadas de compartir ilegalmente archivos. (Vía Digital Entertainment Piracy) […]


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