Verizon Determined to Expose BitTorrent Copyright TrollsTorrentFreak
Dec. 12, 2012
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Itís now apparent that Verizon is fed up with the avalanche of mass-BitTorrent lawsuits and is determined to put an end to copyright trollsí extortion-like practices. The Internet provider is asking a Texas court to grant discovery so it can expose how these companies operate. According to Verizon, copyright trolling practices donít belong in court and the ISP equates the companies involved with ďschoolyard bullies who push and shove until firm opposition is met when they shrink away.Ē