Fourth Circuit refuses to rehear $25m piracy case
Fourth Circuit tosses $25m piracy verdict
Cox Communications to pay $8.4m attorneys’ fees in BMG clash
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A US court has ordered internet service provider (ISP) Cox Communications to pay out $25 million in damages after it failed to introduce an anti-piracy mechanism in its service.
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Cox Communications; BMG Rights Management; ISP; DMCA; safe harbour; piracy; copyright infringement