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3 Count: Repeat Infringer

Appeals Court rules Cox can't hide behind safe harbor but vacates previous ruling, UK ISPs go before Supreme Court on site blocking issue and Swedish ISP Bahnhof loses decision to protect subscriber privacy. The post 3 Count: Repeat Infringer appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
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