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Federal Court rules Rogers entitled to $35 per hour for subscriber disclosure 

News | 08/08/2019 6:22 pm EDT
Rogers' Toronto headquarters./ Photo via Wikipedia.

The Federal Court is setting at $35 the hourly rate that Rogers Communications Inc. can charge rightsholders for the work it takes to identify and disclose the personal information of alleged copyright infringers. 

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