Reddit beats film industry again, won't have to reveal pirates' IP addresses
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The US District Court for the Northern District of California has rejected a demand from movie copyright holders for IP address log information on six Reddit users.
The Court finds no reason to believe provision of an IP address is not unmasking subject to First Amendment scrutiny.
The ruling is similar to previous ones in which the same court denied movie-industry attempts to unmask Reddit users.
The Court finds no reason to believe provision of an IP address is not unmasking subject to First Amendment scrutiny.
Read at Ars Technica
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