This is a case to watch because the main evidence is IP addresses, which in an RIAA case expert testimony had desrcibed as "erroneous, unprofessional, and borderline incompetent". I wonder if the printer did it."
Submission Summary: 0 pending, 43 declined, 9 accepted (52 total, 17.31% accepted)
BR: What is your greatest lesson learned?
MJ: Not to trust everybody
The video is in black and white and it may have been secretly recorded. It begins with audio only and video comes on at 2:17 into the recording. At 3:06 the big question is asked.
Just days after Norway's data protection department told ISPs they must delete all personal IP address-related data three weeks after collection, it's now become safer than ever to be a file-sharer in Norway. The only law firm with a license to track pirates has just seen it expire and it won't be renewed.
Sounds like Norway's government treats privacy seriously. Maybe they've been watching the abuses in the USA. More info on Norwegian perspective at Dagbladet.no.
"There are some good people in it, but the orchestra as a whole is equivalent to a gang bent on destruction." -- John Cage, composer