An Arizona porn company has scored a victory in Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Valerie Manno Schurr’s courtroom in its battle against hackers it claims gained access to content without paying for it.

Lightspeed Media filed a petition for discovery Oct. 19 against 160 John Does, demanding that many internet service providers turn over the identities of customers who it accuses of hacking. Online court records show the judge on Wednesday granted the motion to disclose, allowing Lightspeed Media to obtain names of account holders it claims were traced to the break-ins.

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