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Recent ‘expanded’ disclosure order shows ‘worrying’ trend: expert

News | 12/13/2019 5:11 pm EST

A recent Federal Court order for two internet service providers to disclose the personal information of alleged copyright infringers diverged from previous precedent by expanding the type of information that is allowed to be released — a cause for concern, according to one expert.

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