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+ - Piracy Lawsuits for Dummies->

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Skapare
Skapare writes "TorrentFreak is reporting that John WIley & Sons is demanding a jury trial in a case of alleged copying of several "... for Dummies" book titles involving 4 named defendants. Mainstream coverage is at BBC.

This is a case to watch because the main evidence is IP addresses, which in an RIAA case expert testimony had desrcibed as "erroneous, unprofessional, and borderline incompetent". I wonder if the printer did it."

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Piracy Lawsuits for Dummies

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