iiNet infringers a step closer to Dallas Buyers Club notices

iiNet users who illegally downloaded Hollywood blockbuster Dallas Buyers Club are a step closer to receiving a letter for infringing copyright.On Wednesday, the Federal Court ordered Dallas Buyers Club to hand over a draft letter it proposes to send to downloaders for the court’s approval by Wednesday next week. see:iiNet dealt another blow in Dallas Buyers Club piracy case
iiNet and a group of other Australian internet service providers have been ordered to pay 75 per cent of Dallas Buyers Club’s owners’ legal costs after failing to convince a judge to not hand over the identities of pirates alleged to have shared the studio’s film online.A lawyer not connected to the case, who didn’t wish to be named, told Fairfax Media that Dallas Buyers Club LLC’s costs could be up to $100,000.

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