File-sharing case begun by ACS Law must continue

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Copyright owners have 14 days to join action in controversial file-sharing case, rules judge

The judge presiding over a notorious file-sharing case has said the case must continue, despite the lawyers acting for the plaintiffs wanting to pull out. Last month, ACS Law – which along with ...

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