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Distributel fights court case for customer info

Briefs | 02/12/2013 1:09 am EST

Small ISP Distributel Communications Inc. is opposing a court motion by NGN Prima Productions Inc. and Riding Films Inc. for the names and addresses of Internet customers connected to the filesharing of three films through peer-to-peer networks.

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