Category: BitTorrent

Malibu Media LLC Sues Again in Virginia – Antonelli Law is Ready to Help You Defend

Malibu Media LLC is a producer of pornographic films shown on its x-art.com website, and an aggressive filer of copyright infringement lawsuits against thousands of people it believes downloaded its movies for free. On February 16 Malibu Media LLC filed a new lawsuit  in the Eastern District of Virginia. Malibu Media v

Malibu Media LLC Sues Again in California – Antonelli Law is Ready to Defend You

Malibu Media LLC is a producer of pornographic films shown on its x-art.com website, and an aggressive filer of copyright infringement lawsuits against thousands of people it believes downloaded its movies for free. And now it is filing many more in the Northern District of California. Antonelli Law has defended more than

Criminal Productions Inc. Lawsuit Information And Options to Settle or Defend in Court

Criminal Productions Inc. is suing 43 COX Communications internet users in Arizona alleging they used BitTorrent to illegally download the  movie “Criminal” starring Kevin Costner and Ryan Reynolds. Criminal Productions Inc., has filed several copyright infringement lawsuits and in each lawsuit, they will soon ask the Court to allow them to issue

September Productions Subpoena to Reveal Texas Comcast Users Accused of Illegal Movie Downloading

September Productions Subpoena to Reveal Texas Comcast Users Accused of Illegal Movie Downloading September Productions Inc. accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software and the internet for allegedly downloading the film “Septembers of Shiraz” without paying the appropriate license fee. The movie is about a secular Jewish family caught in the

Cell Film Holdings Subpoena for Comcast Users Coming to Texas

Cell Film Holdings Subpoena for Comcast Users Coming to Texas Cell Film Holdings LLC, the copyright holder for the movie “Cell” starring John Cusak and Samuel Jackson, is suing internet users near Houston for allegedly downloading the film using file-sharing software over the internet in violation of the US Copyright Act. Received