ACS Law file sharing cases dismissed

Stuart Sumner
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Law firm responsible for thousands of threatening letters to alleged file sharers sees eight cases thrown out of court

All eight cases recently brought to court by ACS Law against alleged illegal file sharers have been dismissed by a judge. The firm is known to have sent thousands of letters to alleged file shar...

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