The law firm which went out of business in February appears to be back, targeting users overseas
Legal firm had already ceased trading amid the media storm
Information Commissioner said the £1,000 fine would have been £200,000 if the data controller had not been of 'limited means'
Judge Birss says firm's 'chaotic and lamentable' conduct led to unnecessary costs
Law firm that sent legal letters to alleged file sharers sees final cases closed
Despite ACS Law dropping out of proceedings, the courts are facing pressure to see the MediaCAT case through to its end
Copyright owners have 14 days to join action in controversial file-sharing case, rules judge
Privacy campaigners say the move means the UK 'effectively has no data protection regime'
Law firm responsible for thousands of threatening letters to alleged file sharers sees eight cases thrown out of court