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IP addresses don’t necessarily link to individuals, CIPPIC argues

News | 09/23/2019 6:37 pm EDT

In asking the Federal Court to deny certifying a class of defendants in a copyright infringement case, an advocacy group is arguing that an IP address is insufficient in proving an individual has committed infringing activity — a point that has proved successful in United States courts. 

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