Strike 3 Holdings has been filing federal copyright infringement cases for years, yet most of their recent cases having been filed in Florida state court. However, Strike 3 Holdings appears to be picking up speed with federal filings again, having filed 23 federal lawsuits in December, 27 federal lawsuits in January, and more than 30 in February.
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Antonelli Law’s Jeffrey Antonelli noted some changes Strike 3 Holdings recently made to their case filings using a new detection system to identify defendants. Torrent Freak’s recent article discusses the changes and Antonelli’s findings saying,
“The mention of the new detection system was highlighted by defense attorney Jeffrey Antonelli who also observed another change in Strike 3’s strategy. In addition to the torrent hash, the copyright holder now lists a file-hash as evidence as well.”
Strike 3 Holdings accuses defendants of illegally downloading their adult film content without paying the proper licensing fees typically using file-sharing software such as BitTorrent. Defendants usually only have 30 days or less to respond to a letter from the ISP (internet service provider) and a subpoena from Strike 3 Holdings before their name is released by their ISP to Strike 3 Holdings and anonymity is lost.
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