Every IPAP must retain, for a minimum of 40 days, information on the allocation of IP addresses to each account holder.
Every IPAP must retain, for a minimum of 12 months, the following information:
any information about infringements that is sent by rights owners to the IPAP for the purpose of matching infringements to account holders:
in relation to each of the IPAP’s account holders,—
any infringement notices issued to the account holder; and
any challenges to infringement notices and any responses to them; and
which infringement notices (if any) have been cancelled or have expired; and
any orders made under section 122P suspending an account holder’s account.
No IPAP may release the name or contact details of an account holder to a rights owner unless—
authorised to do so by the account holder; or
required to do so by the Tribunal or a court.
On or before 31 December 2012, and annually thereafter, every IPAP must publish on its Internet site a report on its compliance with this section during the period starting on 1 October in the previous year and ending on 30 September in the year of the report.
Section 122T: inserted, on 1 September 2011, by section 6 of the Copyright (Infringing File Sharing) Amendment Act 2011 (2011 No 11).