In August, we reported that Malibu Media LLC, the owner of the website X-Art.com began suing Texans for allegedly downloading its movies using file-sharing software called BitTorrent without paying its license fees.
In September and late August, Malibu Media LLC has requested court permission to subpoena AT&T Internet Services to obtain the true names of the subscribers associated with IP addresses it believes are associated with the downloading activity.
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If you are the account holder for your AT&T, Comcast, or other internet account, your name is linked to an IP address. If you receive a letter from your internet provider informing you a subpoena was received to reveal your identity, click here to learn aboutmotions to quash or call Antonelli Law at 312-201-8310 or use the contact form below. Antonelli Law has defended more than 1,500 clients accused of BitTorrent copyright litigation since 2011.
Our local counsel Tristan Robinson in Houston will work with us to make sure we resolve your Malibu Media LLC lawsuit in the most efficient, cost-effective manner for you. Paired with our tremendous experience defending BitTorrent copyright infringement lawsuits around the country we look forward to assisting Texans on the wrong side of a Malibu Media LLC subpoena and lawsuit.
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