An article on CEG-TEK’s use of “admission of guilt” language in a version of their settlement agreements when credit card transactions fail.
I believe it is the duty of the copyright holders to “police their own copyrights,” meaning, if a company sees a file sharing tracker or website hosting an unlicensed copy of their copyrighted work, BY ALL MEANS, issue a DMCA takedown notice to the website or to the file sharing tracker, and that torrent will … Read more
Back in November 2012, I wrote an article about CEG-TEK’s CopyrightSettlements.com web site “crashes” where following a failed settlement transaction (purposeful or not), accused infringers received letters essentially saying, “[B]ecause you have decided not to settle, we will be moving forward against you in a copyright infringement lawsuit. Please pay us $3,500 or else we … Read more
All of Mike Meier’s NY-based Bittorrent cases consolidated by New York Federal Judge Forrest so that she can adjudicate them together.
*I AM POSTING THIS ENTRY UNEDITED BECAUSE OF THE IMPORTANCE OF ITS CONTENT. I WILL EDIT, ADD LINKS, AND WILL CLEAN UP LATER* If you were a plaintiff attorney suing thousands of defendants, what would you do if the judge figured out that you were not allowed to practice law? Terik Hashmi, owner of the … Read more