Category: Connecticut

Strike 3 Holdings LLC Suing Californians for Free Porn Downloads – ISP Subpoena Defense

Strike 3 Holdings LLC , the movie company behind the adult entertainment brands Tushy, Vixen, and Blacked is suing California, Connecticut, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York internet users for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Strike 3 Holdings has filed what appears to be a strengthening

Strike 3 Holdings LLC Sues Connecticut Internet Users for “Free” Porn Downloads– ISP Subpoena Defense

Porn movie company Strike 3 Holdings LLC is suing many people in Connecticut and New York for allegedly downloading its movies using file-sharing technology called BitTorrent. On October 3 2017 Strike 3 Holdings LLC filed its first Connecticut district court lawsuit, Strike 3 Holdings, LLC v. Doe 5:17-cv-01667. At the time of

Malibu Media LLC Sues Connecticut Internet Users for Movie Downloads – Information and Help From Antonelli Law

Malibu Media LLC, the producer of pornographic films on the x-art.com website is suing a number of internet users in Connecticut under the US Copyright Act for allegedly downloading its movies for free from the internet. 28 Connecticut internet users were sued in the month of February. If you receive a letter

Pennsylvania Internet Users Sued by Criminal Productions Inc for Movie Downloads – Information and Help From Antonelli Law

Criminal Productions Inc. is suing internet users alleging they used BitTorrent to illegally download the movie “Criminal” starring Kevin Costner and Ryan Reynolds. 5 internet users were sued between February 15th. Previously, the movie company filed a similar lawsuit against 5 internet users in 2016. Who is Criminal Productions Inc? Criminal Productions

Malibu Media LLC Sues Connecticut Internet Users for Movie Downloads – Information and Help From Antonelli Law

Malibu Media LLC, the producer of pornographic films on the x-art.com website is suing a number of internet users in Connecticut under the US Copyright Act for allegedly downloading its movies for free from the internet. If you receive a letter from your internet company such as Optimum Online, Verizon, or Comcast,
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