ISP hit with $1bn damages in music piracy suit
ISP sues to force disclosure of RIAA infringement data
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A number of music publishers have filed a status report accusing internet service provider (ISP) Cox Communications of obstruction, delay and gamesmanship in a dispute over its monitoring of pirated content across its networks.
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