Record Labels Deny That Piracy Notices Were ‘Deceptive and Fraudulent’ Threats 

ISP Charter Communications is accusing several major record labels of having violated the Colorado Consumer Privacy Act. The music companies allegedly sent copyright infringement notices for tracks they didn’t own the rights to, resulting in false accusations against subscribers. While the record labels don’t deny that mistakes were made, they argue that Charter’s claims don’t hold up in court.

Source: Record Labels Deny That Piracy Notices Were ‘Deceptive and Fraudulent’ Threats * TorrentFreak

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