Category: Strike 3 Holdings LLC

STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC Sues Virginia Users Over Free Downloads – ISP Subpoena Defense

STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC ISP Subpoena : STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC , the movie company behind the movie brands TUSHY, VIXEN, and BLACKED is suing VIRGINIA area users for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Did you receive a copyright infringement notice from your internet service provider (ISP),

STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC: Interview of Defense Attorney Jeffrey Antonelli by Michigan Television Station WOOD TV

STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC ISP Subpoena:  Michigan television interview of defense attorney Jeffrey Antonelli on the STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC copyright lawsuits targeting Michigan internet users. The movie company behind the movie brands “TUSHY, VIXEN, AND BLACKED” is suing Michigan, as well as California, Pennsylvania, New jersey, New York, and Connecticut residents

STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS JUDGE: “RISK OF FALSE POSITIVE IDENTIFICATIONS” – ISP Subpoena Defense

STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC ISP Subpoena: STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC, the movie company behind “TUSHY, VIXEN, AND BLACKED” is suing NEW YORK and other users across the country for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Many are accused, but proof is another matter. New York federal Judge Louis

STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC SUING MORE CALIFORNIA INTERNET USERS – ISP SUBPOENA DEFENSE

STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC ISP Subpoena: STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC, the movie company behind “TUSHY, VIXEN, AND BLACKED” is suing more CALIFORNIA area users for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Did you receive a copyright infringement notice from your internet service provider (ISP), and a subpoena from

STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC ADDS MORE MICHIGAN LAWSUITS – ISP Subpoena Defense

STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC ISP Subpoena: STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS LLC , the movie company behind “TUSHY, VIXEN, AND BLACKED” is suing MICHIGAN area users for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Did you receive a copyright infringement notice from your internet service provider (ISP), and a subpoena from
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