Category: Optimum Online

Strike 3 Holdings LLC Adds DC to Lawsuit Campaign – ISP Subpoena Defense

STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS ISP Subpoena: STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS , the movie company behind the adult entertainment brands Tushy, Vixen, and Blacked is suing DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (WASHINGTON, DC), CALIFORNIA, CONNECTICUT, NEW YORK, NEW JERSEY, MICHIGAN, AND PENNSYLVANIA area users for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Did you

Strike 3 Holdings LLC Subpoenas in Connecticut to ISPs Allowed – ISP Subpoena Defense

Strike 3 Holdings LLC , the movie company behind the adult entertainment brands Tushy, Vixen, and Blacked is suing internet users in California, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Michigan, and Pennsylvania  for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. Most recently, Strike 3 Holdings has obtained the permission of

Strike 3 Defendants Receiving Charter ISP Notices – ISP Subpoena Defense

Did you receive a notice from your internet company such as Comcast, Charter Communications/ Time Warner Cable or Optimum Online about a subpoena to reveal your name received from Strike 3 Holdings LLC? Read on. Movie company Strike 3 Holdings LLC is suing many people in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut,  Michigan 

Badhouse Studios LLC to Learn Names of Those Who Downloaded “Larceny” Film For Free – ISP Subpoena Defense

BADHOUSE STUDIOS LLC, the movie company behind the Dolph Lundgren movie “LARCENY” is suing NEW YORK area users for using computer file-sharing software to obtain its movie for free. On October 19th, New York District Judge Edgardo Ramos approved Badhouse Studios’ request to subpoena Time Warner Cable, Verizon Fios, and Optimum Online

How ME2 PRODUCTIONS Obtains Your Name From An IP Address – ISP Subpoena Defense

ME2 PRODUCTIONS ISP Subpoena : ME2 PRODUCTIONS , the movie company behind the Jason Statham, Jessica Alba, and Tommy Lee Jones movie “MECHANIC: RESURRECTION” is suing Internet 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),