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News, Telecommunications - Thursday, May 23, 2013 11:57 - 88 Comments
news A Sydney-based law firm has issued a series of letters to major Australian ISPs requesting they hand over the details of users who have allegedly used peer to peer Internet file sharing platforms to pirate content owned by the firm’s clients, in a move which appears set to reopen the debate about how such cases should be handled in Australia.
Several sources have confirmed to Delimiter that the firm in question is Marque Lawyers, a small firm based in Sydney which counts intellectual property law as one of its specialities. However it is not yet clear who the firm’s clients are. This month the firm issued a number of Australian Internet service providers with letters requesting they reveal the identities of users belonging to IP addresses linked with peer to peer file sharing activity on platforms such as BitTorrent.
Several of the ISPs concerned immediately responded to Marque denying access to the details of the users concerned. The firm has signalled that it is considering using the courts system to apply for what are known as ‘preliminary discovery’ orders to retrieve the information. Continue…
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