The Federal Court today issued its decision on the Canadian recording industry (CRIA)'s request for disclosure by ISPs of the identities of 29 alleged file-sharers, ruling that CRIA had failed to make out a prima facie case of copyright infringement sufficient to outweigh the privacy interests of Internet users. Justice von Finckenstein went on to rule that downloading for personal use and merely making copyrighted songs available to others via one's computer does not constitute copyright infringement. Court Decision Decision as reported on CanLII CIPPIC News Release