Criminal Productions Inc. Targets Account Holders
A new copyright holder is targeting IP address account holders with copyright infringement lawsuits. Criminal Productions Inc. has filed federal copyright infringement lawsuits involving the film titled “Criminal” starring Ryan Reynolds, Kevin Costner and Gary Oldman. The film plot involves the implantation of a dead CIA agent’s memories into the mind of a convict.
Like other BitTorrent peer-to-peer file-sharing cases, Criminal Productions, Inc accuses defendants of copyright infringement by using software and the internet to obtain the film “Criminal” without paying the appropriate license fee.
To date, Criminal Productions, Inc. has only filed lawsuits targeting individuals in Oregon. However, lawsuits could soon be filed in other states. If you are the account holder for an IP address, make sure you speak with your household members to prevent them from using BitTorrent file sharing programs to download this movie or other copyrighted content without permission to avoid dealing with a copyright infringement lawsuit.
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