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mass litigation

Judge rejects copyright trolls' BitTorrent conspiracy theory

arstechnica.com
A federal judge has rejected attempts by several copyright holders to compel ISPs to hand over the identifying information of numerous customers without actually filing copyright lawsuits against them. The Friday opinion by James F. Holderman of the Northern District of Illinois is the latest sign of growing judicial...
Judge rejects copyright trolls' BitTorrent conspiracy theory

Whatever happened to that "six strikes" P2P notice system? It's coming soon

arstechnica.com
Whatever happened to the "six strikes" system that was to help civilize the American Internet? Three years ago, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) gave up its mass litigation strategy of targeting tens of thousands of alleged file-swappers. Instead, the group announced that it would pursue a "graduated...
Whatever happened to that "six strikes" P2P notice system? It's coming soon

Hurt Locker Makers To Sue Thousands of BitTorrent Users

torrentfreak.com
The Hurt Locker has been a great success on BitTorrent, before and after its Oscar triumph. The film’s screener leaked in February of last year, months before it premiered in movie theaters in the United States. However, the demand on BitTorrent went up significantly after it was chosen as the...
Hurt Locker Makers To Sue Thousands of BitTorrent Users

Anti-Piracy Lawyers Vandalize Wikipedia Page

torrentfreak.com
This week, Jeffrey Weaver, a lawyer for U.S. Copyright Group, proudly announced that the company would be bringing the mass-litigation model against alleged BitTorrent users to the United States. “We’re creating a revenue stream and monetizing the equivalent of an alternative distribution channel,” he unashamedly confirmed. This business model has...
Anti-Piracy Lawyers Vandalize Wikipedia Page
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