A Federal Court decision released yesterday compels
But while the court sided with Voltage's efforts to go after copyright violators, it sought to protect against the company acting ``inappropriately.''
Before Voltage can send a letter to the alleged downloaders, it must return to court to get the wording of its communications vetted by a judge.
The letter must clearly state, in bold type, that no court has yet made a determination of guilt.
Updates to the federal Copyright Act in 2012 capped damages for non-commercial copyright infringement at
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