ISP Boss Brands Copyright Trolls “Scum”, Vows To Stop Themby Enigmax
Oct. 29, 2011
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The chief executive of a leading Australian ISP says his company will almost certainly invest a huge some of money to stop their customers being targeted by so-called copyright trolls. John Linton of Exetel has branded those attempting to blackmail his subscribers as “scum” and says that his company would almost certainly make changes to their systems to bring the trolls’ activities to an end.