HARD DRIVE PRODUCTIONS, INC.

I have added this page for internet users who have been entangled in the Hard Drive Productions, Inc. cases.  The goal here is to keep up to date on this plaintiff, and to discuss their various cases.  Should you learn of any updates regarding one of their cases, please post it here using the following format — (e.g., “Hard Drive Productions, Inc. v. John Doe (Case No. 4:12-cv-00699) filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas”).  Please also feel free to post new cases you find on the http://www.rfcexpress.com website where Hard Drive Productions, Inc. is listed as the plaintiff.

Remember to please exercise discretion when posting (e.g., do not post your real name or e-mail address), and as usual, avoid using vulgar or offensive language (both towards the plaintiff and towards other users).

7 thoughts on “HARD DRIVE PRODUCTIONS, INC.”

  1. CASES FILED BY PAUL A. DUFFY IN THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS:
    Hard Drive Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-54 (Case No. 1:12-cv-01532)
    Hard Drive Productions, Inc. v. John Doe (Case No. 1:12-cv-01104)
    Hard Drive Productions, Inc. v. John Doe (Case No. 1:12-cv-01086)

    CASES FILED BY PAUL A. DUFFY IN THE CENTRAL DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS:
    Hard Drive Productions, Inc. v. John Doe (Case No. 1:12-cv-01053)

    CASES FILED BY DOUGLAS MCINTYRE IN THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS:
    Hard Drive Productions, Inc. v. John Doe (Case No. 4:12-cv-00699)

  2. FYI, I heard subpoenas are going out for the Hard Drive Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-1,495 (Case No. 1:11-cv-01741) case in DC. As usual, Comcast and Verizon are the two ISPs sending the subpoenas.

  3. I just got a subpeona letter in this case from verizon (NJ). I have 30 days to file a motion to squash but it seems kind of pointless at this point with the rulings by this judge. Has Prenda filed any actual named suites in NJ? I plan on ignoring (or having my attorney write a letter saying we will only respond to a suit). Opinion?

  4. This morning, the following appeared on the Hard Drive Productions, Inc. v. Does 1-1,495 (Case No. 1:11-cv-01741-JDB-JMF) DC docket:

    10/18/2012 58 NOTICE of Voluntary Dismissal by HARD DRIVE PRODUCTIONS, INC. (Duffy, Paul) (Entered: 10/18/2012)

    I want to point out that this is NOT a dismissal of the case. If you look at the dismissal document, you’ll see that only one IP address was released [– someone paid Steele off and settled their case].

    The status of the case is that Judge Facciola is still presiding over this case, and the last thing he did was DENY Prenda Law Inc.’s request to suppress EFF’s AMICUS BRIEF. Thus, EFF’s brief is still on the docket, and the brief should be read and considered by the judge (although knowing Judge Facciola, he’ll probably ignore it and let the case continue).

    11am UPDATE: Because many people saw Prenda’s dismissal headline on the Hard Drive Productions, Inc. DC docket and mistakenly thought the case was dismissed, I posted this on the front page of our blog [here]. I don’t think this was done intentionally to mislead Doe Defendants — I think it was simply sloppy lawyering.

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