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Japanese comics publisher wants info on alleged infringer from ISPs

News | 08/20/2019 5:17 pm EDT
Screenshot via Shueisha.

Shueisha Inc., a Japanese publisher of comic books, has filed an application in Federal Court to compel two Canadian internet service providers to fork over the personal information of subscribers they allege have infringed on their copyright. 

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