ACS:Law goes abroad

Dawinderpal Sahota
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The law firm which went out of business in February appears to be back, targeting users overseas

Controversial law firm ACS:Law, which was fined for sending letters demanding money to thousands of UK ISP customers that it accused of file sharing, appears to be using the same money-making tacti...

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