EFF Asks Judge to Prevent ‘Catch-22’ in Porn-Downloading Lawsuit | Electronic Frontier Foundation

Via Scoop.itRights & Liberties

Last month, a judge issued a “Catch-22” order, requiring these individuals to reveal their identities before their motions – which were made to protect their identities – could proceed. In a friend of the court brief filed Monday, EFF argues that this requirement could induce defendants to settle their lawsuits in order to avoid the embarrassment, humiliation, or expense, instead of getting to the merits of the case.
Via eff.org

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