IsoHunt Wants Jury to Rule on Free Speech Issues in MPAA Case

IsoHunt Wants Jury to Rule on Free Speech Issues in MPAA Case

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For more than seven years isoHunt and the MPAA have been battling in court, and it’s not over yet. In 2010 the District Court ordered the owner of isoHunt to start censoring the site’s search engine based on a list of thousands of keywords provided by the MPAA, or cease...
IsoHunt Wants Jury to Rule on Free Speech Issues in MPAA Case
                                       

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