Videotron ready to ID downloaders
by ANGELA PACIENZA
Canoe CNews, publication date: 21 April 2005
"Lawyers for the Canadian Recording Industry Association argued they need the identities of 29 people deemed 'large scale uploaders' in order to charge them with copyright infringement.
The five Internet service providers named in the case - Shaw Communications, Rogers Cable Communications, Bell Canada, Telus Communications and Videotron - can't divulge the information without a court order because privacy legislation requires them to keep customer information sealed"