Civil rights and consumer organizations are backing Time Warner Cable’s federal court effort to block subpoenas for the names and addresses of thousands of individuals who allegedly downloaded movies illegally.

The subpoenas are the result of a litigation campaign by US Copyright Group, a Washington-based venture launched by the intellectual property law boutique, Dunlap, Grubb & Weaver, with offices in Washington, and Vienna and Leesburg, Va.

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