ACS:Law continues downward spiral with file-sharing cases

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ACS:Law continues downward spiral with file-sharing cases.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/01/s2LMJP.jpg[/newsimage]On Monday, the case review by Judge Birss took place as scheduled, but notably absent was Andrew Crossly who cited “an unfortunate family car accident at the weekend” as the reason for his failure to show up.


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Point of correction - Two different letters were sent out last week.

One letter went to the 27 defendants informing them that MediaCAT were discontinuing the case against them (something that Judge Birss said at the hearing that they could not do without his permission!).

A completely separate letter went to thousands of other people stating that ACS were no longer chasing them for money and that GCB Ltd were now handling this side of things. McLean Reid was the registered company office for GCB Ltd.