Oct 292009
 October 29, 2009  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S., Online

Sweden’s Supreme Court ruled on Wednesday that broadband provider ePhone is obligated to hand over customer data to five audio book publishers.

The ruling, which overturned an appeals court decision, means the first legal challenge under Sweden’s new anti-piracy law has ended in favour of copyright holders.

The decision prohibits ePhone from destroying information about the identity of the person who operates a server containing several audio book sound files.

Read more in The Local (Sweden).

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