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Submission + - UK P2P lawsuit firm faces big fine after data leak (bbc.co.uk)

evilandi writes: "The BBC have reported that ACS:Law, who have been sending legal letters to account holders of UK IPs suspected of illegal peer-to-peer file sharing, have been themselves threatened with a GBP500,000 (US$800,000) fine for data privacy breaches after ACS' own list of around 5,000 suspected porn film file sharers leaked onto 4Chan and The Pirate Bay."
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UK P2P lawsuit firm faces big fine after data leak

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