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April 15, 2005

Cable TV Comoany Sued For Releasing Customer's Information to a Third Party

As reported in the New York Times, a Seattle woman has sued Comcast, a cable television network, for the release of her private information to a collection agency.  The collection agency was seeking money on behalf of Comcast for the woman's alleged downloading of "copyright-protected music" via Comcast's high speed internet connection.

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