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  • Court allows release of key Dallas Buyers Club documents

    The Federal Court judge presiding over the attempt by Dallas Buyers Club LLC to obtain the personal details of alleged pirates has allowed the release of key documents, including the letter the movie studio wants to send to ISP customers who allegedly downloaded the film.

  • Letter sets out Dallas Buyers Club demands

    Despite an attempt by lawyers representing Dallas Buyers Club LLC to keep them confidential, a draft letter and telephone script reveals how the owner of 2013 movie Dallas Buyers Club intends to push for alleged pirates to settle with the company.

  • Gathering Dallas Buyers Club downloader details not cheap, say ISPs

    Dallas Buyers Club LLC has questioned an estimate produced by ISPs of how much it could cost to gather the details of customers linked to a collection of IP addresses. Lawyers representing DBC LLC today also hinted at casting a wider net to catch pirates, potentially opening up other ISPs' customers to court action.

  • Dallas Buyers Club and ISPs wrangle over costs

    Dallas Buyers Club LLC and a group of ISPs, including iiNet and a number of its subsidiaries, were this morning back in court as the judge presiding over the legal wrangle prepares to make orders on costs.