After the unspecified reason for the delay of the civil case verdict, it finally arrived on march 16th. The first civil case has been acknowledged and again it’s been said that it’s no copyright infringement, however it’s a wrongful act to index hash-codes.
The April 14th appeal date was not met because the expert-rapport done by Dr.Ir. Pouwelse was not finished on time. Now that we have the expert-rapport, the appeal should take place tomorrow 9:30am, May 19th in The Hague.
Sadly, the final DoJ appeal verdict which should have been made public on the 23th of June 2010, did not materialize. Apparently the judges decided to reopen the case and schedule another day of trial.
After some speculations the interim judgment is in and brings some interesting facts to the table. The case has indeed been reopened without a set date for the next trial.
SABnzbd 0.5 review and setup guide on Ubuntu Linux, a cross platform, open-source, web-based binary newsreader (usenet client) which simplifies the process of downloading from Usenet.
As reported back in June, a new trial was heading our way since the case got reopened due to unfinished business.