People who claim they have been wrongly accused of illegally sharing computer games on P2P networks should stand up to their accusers, a legal expert said today. The comments came as Davenport Lyons, the law firm taking action for games publisher Zuxxez, continues to chase 500 British people it claims illegally shared the game …
Sham ethis guy doesn't read El Reg...
As this story seems to suggest otherwise...
300 to 600 quid to settle. Hmm. In practical terms: is the recommended defence by Brooke North LLP going to be significantly cheaper to make it an attractive alternative to accepting Davenport's terms? And is Brooke North a firm whom has a reasonable history of success with defence in this particular area of the law? One wonders.
Isn't it backwards?
"The security of your computer and internet connection is your responsibility," it told them.
Doesn't that apply to Zuxxez too? After all, who let the software out in the first place ;-)
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