Cox calls $1.1 billion damages award ‘shockingly excessive’
Music publishers vent fury at ISP’s ‘delaying tactics and gamesmanship’
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Sony, Warner and Universal secured a $1 billion payout of damages from Cox Communications last week, after a jury in Virginia found that the internet service provider (ISP) wilfully allowed its customers to illegally download music.
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