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 April 8, 2015  Posted by  Business, Court, Non-U.S., Online

Irene Tham reports:

Out of more than 500 people who allegedly downloaded Oscar-winning film Dallas Buyers Club illegally over the Internet, more than 150 subscribed to Singtel.

In a statement this afternoon, Singtel said that it has now been issued a formal court order, which compels the Internet service provider (ISP) by law to disclose the identities of those subscribers.

The ISP must release the information by the end of this month to the film’s rights holder Dallas Buyers Club LLC, which is represented here by local law firm Samuel Seow Law Corp.

Read more on The Straits Times.

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