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Canada court says ISPs can charge studios for hunting pirates

It could soon prove expensive for media makers to chase online pirates in Canada. The country's Supreme Court has unanimously ruled that internet providers are entitled to “reasonable” compensation when asked to link pirates' IP addresses to custome…

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