Ripple gets permission to verify videos from SEC officials

Ripple has been granted permission to verify several videos of SEC officials making public comments.

Judge agrees to Ripple . request

Judge Sarah Netburn has granted Ripple’s request to broadcast nonpartisan subpoenas to video hosting platforms to verify some of the videos of top SEC officials.

The platforms in question prohibit their users from downloading their own copies of the content. Therefore, the defendants had to ask the judge for permission.

The SEC claimed it would agree to the request only if the defendants agreed to reopen the “Discovery.” The plaintiff wanted to serve several subpoenas in order to obtain video material that would support its own claims.

Ripple insisted that its two requests were not trying to reopen the Discovery process. The motions relate to the applications for authorization that Ripple filed in late August.

In her ruling, Judge Netburn ignores the SEC’s argument that the defendants want to reopen the Discovery proceedings.

In a letter sent on August 8, submittedthe plaintiff said he did not take a position on the defendants’ motion to reopen the Discovery process.

Authentication is very standard

Like noticed by attorney Jeremy Hogan, a partner at the law firm Hogan & Hogan, verification is very standard. Therefore it shouldn’t be that hard.

Ripple has also responded to the prosecution’s concerns regarding recent court rulings related to the emails of former SEC official William Hinman. The defendants allege that the agency misinterpreted the judge’s rulings.

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