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Copyright owners given chance to join ACS:Law case

Fionn O'Raghallaigh, London

The firms behind letters accusing thousands of individuals of copyright infringement have folded, but proceedings involving 27 people are stayed for now

Judge Colin Birss of the Patents County Court (PCC) in London today handed down a judgment, which prevented the now wound-up law firm ACS:Law and company MediaCAT from discontinuing proceedings against 27 defendants they accused of downloading copyrighted pornographic films....

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