CyberTech Rambler

July 24, 2009

Kang-Karoo Court

Filed under: Uncategorized — ctrambler @ 4:56 pm

A ISP in Hull did a very stupid thing: Disconnect its user when there is an allegation of  copyright infringement and make them sign a good behaviour pledge to get reconnected. ( TheRegister’s news coverage here) Unfortunately for them, their names lead Open Rights Group to call operating  a “Kang-Karoo Court

The sad thing here is the ISP lose sight of who it is representing. It should be representing its customers, not copyright holders. What to give the company a piece of your mind? Try slashdot.

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