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  1. Not sure if its the right place to post but here goes Recieved a letter this morning claiming "Infringement of Copyright" saying they have "retained forensic computer analysis" to identify me as sharing a game on P2P over a year and a half ago. Now after reading all the long confusing paragraphs about this that and the other I have a form on the back saying I'm to pay over £730 to ACS I'm going to dispute this as the game in question really doesn't ring any bells and maybe someone else who was using my computer may have downloaded it but early days yet. Back to my main question has anyone any story's about ACS:law at all as well as some information as how to tackle this. There based in London W1S 1NX If that is any help
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