Help wanted on O2 porn piracy cases

A digital rights group is seeking financial help to stop an adult film-maker contacting Britons suspected of pirating pornographic movies.The Digital Rights Group has applied to intervene in a legal battle between O2 and Golden Eye International.In 2011, Golden Eye started legal action to make O2 reveal the names of about 9,000 suspected porn pirates.A successful court challenge meant it only got details on 2,845 people and now it wants to pursue the others.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-20360914

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