May 192015
 May 19, 2015  Posted by  Business, Non-U.S., Online

Lucy-Mae Beers, Lillian Radulova, and Emily Crane report:

After fronting up to the Federal Court, iiNet along with other Internet Service Providers, will offer free legal advice to any customers who illegally downloaded the film Dallas Buyers Club.

The Federal Court ruled in April that Australian internet companies, including iiNet and other ISPs, should hand over the names and residential addresses of 4,726 people who illegally shared the film.

In a blog post on its website, iiNet have revealed they are working with a legal firm that has offered pro bono services to any of their customers who received a letter issued by the rights holder.

Read more on Daily Mail.

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