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O2 customers suspected of illegally sharing pornographic films made by Ben Dover Productions will begin receiving letters from the film-maker shortly.

The firm won a court order in March forcing O2 to pass on details of the owners of 9,124 IP addresses linked to illegal downloads. The High Court has now approved the text of the message that will be sent.

Ben Dover has said its focus is on users who had uploaded films to others. The commercial director of the firm - which is registered at Companies House as Golden Eye International - said that parties who "simply downloaded one film" would not be pursued. "In our first letter we seek to find out more information regarding evidence of an infringement of our copyright," said Julian Becker. "Depending on the response to our letters we will then decide our next action."

Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-18281187

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Ben Dover Productions. The name alone is hilarious. xD

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I wish I could see the expressions on the parents faces when they get these letters only to realise that sweet little 14 year tommy has been downloading filthy Ben Dover pornography. Priceless. :laugh:

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