http://www.todayonline.com/articles/207240.aspThe judgment surprised observers and those who were served letters of demand by Odex. You're kidding," said lawyer Siew Kum Hong. "You would expect the outcome of the three cases to be the same."
The Nominated Member of Parliament added: "StarHub and SingNet users are now likely to start asking questions, and we can also expect Odex to appeal."
StarHub spokeswoman Jeannie Ong said the company was assessing its options.
"We don't know the specific situation under which the judge in PacNet's appeal ruled in their favour. It was a different judge handling their case," she said.
A SingNet spokesman told Today that the telco had provided Odex with the names only after the firm produced a court order "and served it on us".
I am amazed, one of a biggest player gives up without a fight. Probly the same lawyers that give Straits Times their previous advise that downloaders stand no chance against Xedo! Absolute lack of fighting spirit.....
Also an education on 'Sole/Exclusive licensee' meant.
Jeannie is SH's spokesperson !?!?!?
felt like singing 'smells like team spirit' with bros here... haha...
quote from a line in V for Vendetta...
Justice Prevail - ok... wrong side of the line...
Logging Off. "You have 2,631 messages stored, of a total 400 allowed." don't PM me.
Can anyone here help me to decide which provider I should go to, as my Singtel's broadband is expiring next month? ......
always the Light, .... always.