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Submission + - EU: Telcos don't have to identify p2p users (elpais.com)

ccguy writes: According to El Pais (article in Spanish), Promusicae, yet another Spanish IP rights association sued Telefónica -largest telco- because it refuses to identify users. The Spanish law is clear: Non profit sharing is not a crime. The judge however, asked the European Union whether there's any directive on this. Answer: If there's no crime personal information must be kept private.
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EU: Telcos don't have to identify p2p users

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