Canadian Supreme Court rules ISPs can charge some costs of identifying illegal downloaders
ISPs’ obligations in tackling illegal downloading have been clarified in Rogers Communications v Voltage Pictures. They can charge copyright holders for some steps in identifying suspected customers but not those costs incurred under the notice and notice regime
Internet service providers can charge copyright holders for some of the steps involved in identifying customers illegally downloading, the Canadian Supreme Court ruled in Rogers Communications v Voltage Pictures.
The court held that the appeal should be allowed and the...
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