Thursday, November 4, 2010

A Digital Victory

Good to see this story where the music label The Ministry of Sound has backed down from prosecuting filesharers after ISP British Telcomm had deleted 80% of the data that The Ministry of Sound was seeking to obtain. BT says it held onto the data for 90 days according to policy before deletion. This follows upon a massive data leak at The Ministry of Sound's lawyers ACS: Law that saw the confidential details of ISP customers, previously released to the legal firm by court order, published online after a denial of service attack on the firm's website.

Don'cha just luv it!

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