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Don’t Fuel the Copyright Troll Fire, Supreme Court Hears * TorrentFreak

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has warned the U.S. Supreme Court that the copyright troll problem could worsen if rightsholders are able to claim damages beyond the three-year statute of limitations. The Supreme Court should strengthen judicial safeguards instead, to ensure that the trolls stay under their bridge.

troll signtroll signOver the past several years we’ve covered dozens of copyright troll cases against tens of thousands of alleged copyright infringers.

Our coverage mostly focuses on piracy-related cases, but there are other variants too. Outfits that target blogs and other websites for using photos without permission, for example.

The definition of the term ‘copyright troll’ is fluid. In the file-sharing space it typically refers to parties that accuse large numbers of people of copyright infringement, who are then threatened with legal action and the potential for large damages awards. Targets are encouraged to pay…

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