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Florida Judge: IP Address Not Enough for Porn Copyright Cases

A Miami federal judge ruled last week that IP addresses alone cannot be considered as concrete evidence that a particular individual infringed on a plaintiff’s copyright, as attorneys representing Strike 3 Holdings claimed. (...)

Source: xbiz.com | 2019-05-16Read all

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