Yesterday, we reported on a CNET interview with US ISP Verizon, where it admitted that some customers had been booted off its network for illegal file-sharing. However, today the spokesperson quoted in that story has denied the main thrust, describing the quotes attributed to them as a “misunderstanding by CNET of something I said which resulted in story inaccuracies”. They claim that Verizon HASN’T terminated anyone’s service as a result of copyright infringement, and instead is merely forwarding on copyright infringement notices to its users. CNET has published a robust defence of its story, reiterating the original “We’ve cut some people off” quote, and also publishing the text of follow-up emails. Source: Ars Technica

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