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Interesting stuff and some good comments about ACS Law, no figure given on the amount of wasted costs though.

 

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Joke init (thats a real word now).

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ACS:Law.paltry fine

Former ACS:Law owner Andrew Crossley has been fined by the Information Commissioner’s Office for allowing the details of around 6,000 Internet users to be leaked onto the Internet. However, since Crossley has pleaded poverty his £200,000 fine was reduced to £1,000. Interesting, particularly since TorrentFreak has seen documents which show Crossley as jointly owning a house worth £750,000.

British Justice at its best I'm afraid.!

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Read on torrentfreak that he has even got away with paying the £800 fine due to being bankrupt, makes ya laugh dont it, there he is in his nice house with a bentley parked outside, british justice - what a joke


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I had an email recently from Ralli solicitors (forgot all about them) looking into a group action case of harresment and wanting to know how the letter from ACS Law affected me. Not sure if anything will come from it but may as well give it a try on a no win no fee basis.

http://www.ralli.co.uk/news/legal-news/judgment-on-wasted-costs-in-the-acs-law-media-cat-action

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Well, it would appear that Mr Crossley has not learned his lesson.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-14215510

 

ACS:Law, the controversial law firm that tried to get money from people by accusing them of illegal file-sharing, appears to be back in business.

 

Ralli Solicitors, which represented some of those accused by ACS:Law during a UK court case, has told the BBC it is now advising a client based in Greece.


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