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Isohunt Files Suit Against CRIA

TorrentFreak reports that Isohunt, a Canadian-based torrent tracker, has filed suit against the Canadian Recording Industry Association. Isohunt is seeking a confirmation that it does not infringe Canadian copyright law.

2 Comments

  1. THESE GUYS HAVE CASH
    Unlike quebectorrent these guys actually have the money to see it through.

    That’s eight all you people with a few bucks didn’t care enough to support quebec torrent get to the end and when the CRIA toughts that as a victory , it is quite the opposite, it is PROOF you have to be rich , mean , and nastey to do anyhting in the world, and

    REMEMBER the CEO of WARNER BROTHERS SON?
    WHAT PUNISHMENT DID THE RICH BASTARD GET?

  2. Canadian safe harbor ?
    Hi Micheal

    Can you clarify, please, what is the state of canadian law (or case law) regarding liability for user-genrated content. I know the DMCA proivides with a safe harbor for this (which mean its probably also in the WIPO’s “Internet treaties”, or is it?) but i’m assuming canadian law (which is older) does not specifically tackle this. I’m assuming that it might be tackled by another law (not the copyright act) or by case law but i admit to not knowing. Thx in advance.