Music Companies Don’t Want Copyright Profs to Be Heard in Piracy Case 

A group of major music publishing companies doesn’t want 23 copyright law professors to be heard in a piracy case. The scholars submitted a brief in the ongoing piracy liability lawsuit against ISP Charter, warning that a recent recommendation could harm both ISPs and consumers. However, the music groups suggest that not all profs are completely neutral.

Source: Music Companies Don’t Want Copyright Profs to Be Heard in Piracy Case – TorrentFreak

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