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Due to TekSavvy's corporate policy of requiring court orders before releasing customer information for any reason, Voltage filed a Statement of Claim in Canada's Federal Court (Voltage Pictures LLC v. John Doe and Jane Doe) seeking a court order for the release of the subscribers' personal information, including ...


Aug 18, 2016 ... The information released by Rogers can only be used by Voltage in connection with the specific claims in the proceeding, and it must remain confidential and never be disclosed to any other parties or the ... [2]Voltage Pictures, LLC et al v John Doe #1 et al, 2016 FC 881, at para 1 [Voltage Pictures 2016].


Aug 29, 2016 ... Unlike many countries which provide an effective “notice and take down” remedy for copyright owners whose works are wrongly posted on internet sites, Canada has implemented a “notice and notice” regime. In Voltage Pictures, LLC v. John Doe 2016 FC 881, the Federal Court interpreted some aspects of ...


May 9, 2017 ... Voltage Pictures, LLC et al. v. John Doe #1 ... the Court of Appeal concluded that, "Under subsection 41.26(2), the responsible Minister, the Minister of Industry, may, by regulation, fix the maximum fee that an internet service provider like Rogers can charge for performing the subsection 41.26(1) obligations.


Jul 28, 2016 ... Voltage Pictures, LLC v. John Doe, 2016 FC 881 ... The record suggests that no more than about an hour will be necessary for Rogers to assemble, verify and forward the Subscriber information to the Applicants, so the total cost would be approximately $113. ... Accordingly, the Court directs the parties to ...



Feb 26, 2014 ... The recent Federal Court of Canada decision in Voltage Pictures LLC v. John Doe and Jane Doe ... [w]ith respect to privacy concerns, the cases in both jurisdictions suggest that such issues are of secondary importance as the law generally does not shield wrongdoing for reasons of privacy. The Court ...


Nov 24, 2017 ... This will be an important decision in the field of copyright enforcement on the internet, and the role that internet service providers will play in policing infringements. ... The Federal Court, in Voltage Pictures, LLC v John Doe, 2016 FC 881, ordered Rogers disclose the contact information to Voltage et al.


Feb 18, 2015 ... Fighting Piracy v Defending Privacy: the Voltage Pictures case comment. Voltage Picture LLC v. ... In a Federal Court decision, VoltagePictures LLC v. John Doe and Jane Doe ... (d) the questioning will not cause undue delay, inconvenience or expense to the person or to the other parties. BMG's action was ...