Posts Tagged ‘Filesharing’

Judge Points to Problems with Unsecured Wi-Fi Prosecutions

Wednesday, February 9th, 2011

I’m kind of surprised that it took this long for a judge to find a problem with unsecured wi-fi prosecutions …

Digital Economy Act under more scrutiny after senior judge highlights problems with copyright claims

A senior court judge has pointed to severe problems with the way the Digital Economy Act enables copyright owners to prosecute people accused of illegal filesharing.


Illegal Filesharing – Is This the End of Speculative Invoicing?

Thursday, January 27th, 2011

Speculative Invoicing didn’t really serve to discourage downloaders; it just made the copyright holders seem heavy handed and thuggish.

ACS:Law made controversial payment demands to thousands of suspected filesharers – but such tactics could be on the way out