EFF Wants Docs On Warner Bros.' Alleged Copyright Abuse

Law360, New York (February 27, 2014, 6:31 PM ET) -- Digital rights group Electronic Frontier Foundation asked a Florida federal court Wednesday to unseal documents related to since-settled claims from file hosting site Hotfile Corp. that Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. abused copyright take-down procedures by deleting content it didn't own.

EFF asked a judge Wednesday — two months after Hotfile settled for $80 million Warner Bros.' lawsuit accusing it of facilitating copyright infringement by its users — to unseal previously undisclosed portions of the court's refusal of Warner Bros.' summary judgment bid, as well as briefs...
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