The ruling is out, and it’s good news for those targeted by the CRIA. The judge ruled today that having a large number of files in a directory on some service such as Kazaa does not constitute breaking copyright laws in Canada. This means that the CRIA will not be able to get the names of those people on their list from the internet providers who are servicing them. I’m not exactly sure what he’s based that on, considering the fact that the American’s RIAA are already going all crazy go nuts over their sharingest file sharerers. I suppose it’s good for the little guy, and hopefully he’s learned his lesson and won’t share so much.

Author: Ian

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