'My details appeared on 'porn' list'

28/09/10

Claire

Personal details of 8,000 people it's claimed have downloaded porn or shared music illegally have been leaked onto the internet.

It comes after another database was leaked on Monday - that one listed 5,000 people accused of illegally sharing adult movies.

Those named on the list are mostly Sky Broadband subscribers being pursued by ACS:Law.

Many of those named have denied the charges.

In a statement, Sky said: "Following recent events, we have suspended all co-operation with ACS:Law with immediate effect. This suspension will remain in place until ACS:Law demonstrates adequate measures to protect the security of personal information."

ACS:Law say they have been the victim of a criminal attack.

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Claire is a Sky Broadband customer from Shropshire whose name has appeared on one of the lists leaked onto the internet.

She received a letter three weeks ago accusing her of illegally sharing a pornographic film.

The 25-year-old told Newsbeat she's never file-shared pornography in her life.

What exactly did the letter say?

How can you prove that you didn't do it?

What do you want to see happen?

How has the whole thing made you feel?