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Voltage appealing disclosure costs in piracy case

Briefs | 08/10/2016 7:41 pm EDT

Rogers Communications Inc. should not be able to charge for the release of the personal information of a customer accused of violating the copyright of Voltage Pictures LLC, the film production company said in new court documents appealing a July federal court decision.

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