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Rogers can recover some costs to disclose customer info, SCC rules

News | 09/14/2018 10:37 am EDT
The Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa./ Hill Times file photo.

OTTAWA — In a decision that could serve as a deterrent to copyright infringement lawsuits against Canadians, the Supreme Court of Canada said Friday that internet service providers (ISPs) can charge “reasonable” costs to comply with court orders requiring them to divulge the personal information of Canadians who allegedly engage in piracy.

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