Slyck News – BT Deletes Records of 20,000 Suspected File-sharers, Ministry of Sound Pissed

‘The Ministry of Schadenfreude’

‘Things don’t seem to be going well for the Ministry of Sound – the largest independent label in the United Kingdom.

First, they decided to sue alleged file-sharers, which have placed them on the wrong side of the public relations battle.

Second, their quest to obtain the identities of about 100+ suspected file-sharers was squashed last month as a UK court delayed proceeding until at least January 2011 (thanks to the massive ACS:Law data breach).

Now the MOS has found out that BT Broadband has deleted 20,000 out of 25,000 records of suspected file-sharers; records that the MOS wanted preserved.’

So children – don’t buy music from the Ministry of Sound because they don’t like Pirates.