Swedish Court Says IP Numbers Privacy Protected

oh2 writes “The highest applicable Swedish court, Regeringsrätten, has ruled that IP numbers are protected (in Swedish) since they can be traced to individuals. This means that only government agencies are allowed to track and store IP adresses, leaving “anti-piracy” advocates with no legal way to find possible copyright infringers.”

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Thursday, June 18th, 2009 Uncategorized