ISP facing $1bn damages questions legitimacy of Warner’s recordings
ISP sues to force disclosure of RIAA infringement data
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The owner of a US internet service provider (ISP) has filed a motion of objection against a judge‘s recommendation that it could be held liable for copyright infringement by its subscribers.
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US District Court for the District of Colorado, Charter Communications, internet service providers, Warner Bros, Spectrum, copyright infringement