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PLAINTIFFS CAN'T SUBPOENA ISPS ACTING AS ‘CONDUITS' UNDER DMCA In re Charter Communications

11 No. 20 ANIPLR 7Andrews Intellectual Property Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

PLAINTIFFS CAN'T SUBPOENA ISPS ACTING AS ‘CONDUITS' UNDER DMCA In re Charter Communications

11 No. 20 ANIPLR 7Andrews Intellectual Property Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

11 No. 20 Andrews Intell. Prop. Litig. Rep. 7
Andrews Intellectual Property Litigation Reporter
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PLAINTIFFS CAN'T SUBPOENA ISPS ACTING AS ‘CONDUITS' UNDER DMCA

In re Charter Communications

Plaintiffs seeking the identities of alleged copyright infringers cannot subpoena the information from Internet service providers when the ISPs are merely acting as conduits between two Internet users, the 8th Circuit has ruled in a 2-1 split...
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