Today's Hard|Forum Post
Today's Hard|Forum Post

Tuesday September 09, 2014

U.S. Internet Provider Refuses To Expose Alleged Pirates

It's nice to see an ISP stand up to these guys. It would be nice if other ISPs had the balls to do the same.

The Texas ISP Grande Communications also received a signed subpoena in the mailbox, listing 30,000 IP-addresses/timestamp combinations of alleged pirates. However, Grande informed the court that it refuses to identify its account holders. Among other things, it argues that Rightscorp abuses the Court’s subpoena power.

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