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Comment: no $700 fines (Score 1) 1

by agent bootlicker (#33727790) Attached to: Leaked E-mails Show Barwinska Case 'Shaky'
so this means no $700 fines for a single download in the uk (wonder how much it is then) “Therefore, it is my belief that the rights holder can only rely on the damage resulting from making a single copy of the work in infringement of the rights granted to the rightsholder under s16(a) of the CDPA 1988.”

+ - Leaked E-mails Show Barwinska Case 'Shaky'-> 1

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Khyber writes "More perusal of the recently-leaked ACS:Law e-mails have shown that the 2008 Isabella Barwinska case was built upon rather dubious grounds. This is starting to look worse for 'Pay up or else' litigation firms that have begun popping up across the world, as it shows that there is no real solid foundation behind the exorbitant damages awarded to the copyright holders, which are employing firms using the Barwinska case as a strong-arm tactic to scare people into payment."
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