Canadian Gamers Organization (CGO) co-founder Teresa Murphy left the group she helped create after a dispute with the group’s other founder over an ongoing copyright case. In a message posted on her Facebook page Monday, Murphy said she and fellow CGO co-founder Jason Koblovsky had differing views about a court case in which Voltage Pictures LLP has asked Internet provider TekSavvy Solutions Inc. to produce the names of 2,215 of its customers whose IP addresses were linked to file sharing. Murphy noted that she is friends with TekSavvy CEO Marc Gaudrault. Murphy and Koblovsky created the CGO in 2010 and helped video game fans engage in regulatory battles with Rogers Communications Inc. over Internet traffic throttling. The CRTC closed that file in June 2012 after Rogers announced plans to eliminate its throttling practices by the end of 2012.