A case where Belgian group SABAM is trying to force local ISP Tiscali to implement anti-P2P filtering technology has been referred to the European Court of Justice. It’s been a long and tortuous case too. Back in 2007, the ISP was ordered to install Audible Magic’s technology to prevent illegal file-sharing on its network, before the decision was reversed following concern about the effectiveness of the technology. The appeal was due to be heard last week, but instead the Brussels Court of Appeal has referred the case up to the European Court of Justice. Source: TorrentFreak

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