MALIBU MEDIA LLC Files 24 New Lawsuits in Maryland, DC, VA, and NY – ISP Subpoena Defense

MALIBU MEDIA LLC ISP Subpoena: MALIBU MEDIA LLC, the movie company behind the adult movies featured on the X-Art.com website filed 24 more lawsuits against Internet users in Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia, and New York for using file-sharing software to obtain its movies for free. Bloomberg reported that in 2016 that Malibu Media LLC filed

Is Somebody Seeding the MALIBU MEDIA LLC Movies? – ISP Subpoena Defense

Is Somebody Seeding the Malibu Media LLC Movies? According to BitTorrent Inc., seeding is “where you leave your BitTorrent client open after you’ve finished your download to help distribute it (you distribute the file while downloading, but it’s even more helpful if you continue to distribute the full file even after you have finished downloading)”

MALIBU MEDIA LLC Cases Ratcheting Up in New Jersey, Filings Continue – ISP Subpoena Defense by Antonelli Law

MALIBU MEDIA LLC ISP Subpoena: MALIBU MEDIA LLC, the movie company behind the adult movies featured on the X-Art.com website is suing New Jersey, as well as New York, Connecticut, Maryland, Washington DC, and Illinois Internet users for using file-sharing software to obtain its movies for free. Malibu Media LLC filed the following new cases

MALIBU MEDIA LLC Cases Piling Up in New York, Filings Continue – ISP Subpoena Defense by Antonelli Law

MALIBU MEDIA LLC ISP Subpoena: MALIBU MEDIA LLC, the movie company behind the adult movies featured on the X-Art.com website is suing New York, as well as  Connecticut, Maryland, Washington DC, and Illinois Internet users for using file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Malibu Media LLC filed the following new cases in New

MALIBU MEDIA LLC Files the First Lawsuits in 2018 in CONNECTICUT – ISP Subpoena Defense

MALIBU MEDIA LLC ISP Subpoena: MALIBU MEDIA LLC, the movie company behind the adult movies featured on the X-Art.com website is suing Connecticut, Illinois, New York, Maryland, and Washington DC area users for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Yes, its true. Malibu Media LLC is so keen to sue Connecticut
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