Music labels sue Charter, complain that high Internet speeds fuel piracy

A man, surrounded by music CDs, uses a laptop while wearing a skull-and-crossbones pirate hat and holding one of the CDs in his mouth.

Enlarge / “Yarr, matey, a pirate would be lost at sea without a swift broadband connection.” (credit: Getty Images | OcusFocus)

complaint filed in US District Court in Colorado. While Charter has a copyright policy that says repeat copyright infringers may be disconnected, Charter has failed to disconnect those repeat infringers in practice, the complaint said:

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