Read this: Isps admit to taking money for handing over subscribers data - The Inquirer
Summary: Sky was the first up to face the media after the personal information about more than 5,000 of its customers was leaked onto the Internet by ACSLaw. Since then, an interesting image has tipped up in our inbox, an image of what appears to be a price list for Sky to look up its subscribers' names and addresses based upon whatever IP addresses might be provided by copyright holders. We have heard on the grapevine that the costs are close to 1 per IP address for the volume of data that Sky was asked to fork over. - theinquirer.netwww.theinquirer.netIsps admit to taking money for handing o…
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