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July 14, 2005 by

Judge: MP3 site, ISP breached copyright

It took almost two years but major record labels in Australia have finally won a legal battle against a Queensland man and his Internet Service Provider for alleged music piracy.Stephen Cooper, operator of a Web site called MP3s4free.

February 10, 2005 by

Comcen not concerned with clients' Web site content

A second witness from the Internet service provider Comcen revealed yesterday that the provider does not concern itself with what their clients are offering on their Web sites.Chris Takoushis, an employee of Comcen, said during the ongoing trial against the operators of the controversial Web site mp3s4free.

February 7, 2005 by

University, government users beseige free MP3 site

Users from several universities and government agencies, including the Department of Defence, Monash University, the US Department of Justice and Harvard University, accessed the controversial Web site last year, a witness said during a court case yesterday.

February 12, 2004 by

Director and employee of ISP sued over mp3 site

The music industry has succeeded in having a director and an employee of an Internet service provider added to a court case against a Web site allegedly offering illegal music files. In October last year several major record labels sued Comcen for hosting the Web site www.


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