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Judge Pushes Pirate Set-Top Box Cases Back, Demands Quality Evidence

Two ground-breaking legal actions in Australia, in which rightsholders are hoping to block Internet-based set-top box piracy for the first time, have been pushed back to April. Movie outfit Village Roadshow and Hong Kong broadcaster TVB were warned in court today that their evidence needs to meet a high standard or they might not obtain the injunctions they require. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and more.
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