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Comment: But if the extortion fails (Score 1) 132

by smallfeet (#26497197) Attached to: Anti-Piracy Firm Offering ISPs Money For Outing File-Sharers
Don't they have to go to court if the extortion attempt fails and wouldn't the ISP then have to testify? If my ISP started to sell out its customers like that, I would have to shop around. Even if I am not a file sharer, that is still a company I could not trust (we need some revenue, so fake some logs so we can extort some customers).

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