German Court rules in favour of file sharersMikey no comments
Further proof the Europeans are the most open minded in the P2P file sharing war, a German court has ruled the identities of file-sharers can no longer be revealed to companies who accuse them of copyright infringement. Only those accused of harsh crimes such as child pornography, murder etc can be spied on.
This also means ISP's can not reveal their clients identities. Full story at TorrentFreak.