Canadian search engine head sues industry group over downloading

A British Columbia man who runs an Internet search engine that allows users to find video and audio files online is suing the Canadian Recording Industry Association (CRIA) over “false” allegations of copyright infringement.In an unprecedented move, Gary Fung, the president of Isohunt Web Technologies Inc., launched last week in B.C. Supreme Court a pre-emptive strike against the CRIA stemming from the ongoing dispute with the association over alleged copyright violations.

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