back to article iiNet claims victory in Dallas Buyers Club case it lost

Australian internet service provider (ISP) iiNet has proclaimed a victory of sorts in its legal stoush with Dallas Buyers Club LLC (DBC) and Voltage Pictures LLC (Voltage). iiNet and other small Australian ISPs found themselves in court after DBC and Voltage secured the IP addresses of alleged pirates and asked for personal …

  1. John Tserkezis

    Good.

    Now I don't feel so bad for pirating that piece of shit movie.

  2. Mark Exclamation

    Now all iiNet has to do is charge $10,000 for each name and address; discovery is SO DAMNED EXPENSIVE!

  3. cj1971
    Stop

    Good on iinet for putting up as many hurdles as they can . In trying to protect individuals like you and i. It appears this studios just want $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ and they are going after people who have no defense praying on mums and dads or teens or students shouldnt be accepted .

    Just another hurdle in the cost of living.

    1. GrumpenKraut Silver badge
      Happy

      iiNet

      iiNet always struck me as the good ISP. Sadly I had to go with Telstra *spit*.

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