Every few years it is important to rehash some older bittorrent concepts which are still relevant to today’s copyright infringement lawsuits.
[NOTE TO CLIENTS: Regarding the article below, if you are one of those who have been dismissed, I will be sending you a congratulations letter shortly, and I will tell you what the next steps are and what to expect from Dunlap Grubb & Weaver, PLLC.] Congratulations to our clients who have been dismissed in … Read more
UPDATE (2/2/2011): While it is generally not the policy of the blog author to update articles, I have been asked to update this article to keep the information up to date. Since writing this article, the hearing which was the subject of all the controversy has been posted on the PACER website and hopefully soon … Read more
To my readers: A few days ago, Wall Street Journal reported that a Minneapolis federal court found Jammie Thomas-Rasset guilty of violating copyright law. Jammie is a single mother. The court ordered that she pay $1.5 million for sharing 24 songs over the internet. The plaintiff was the Recording Industry Association of America (“RIAA”). I’m posting this … Read more
…I’ve been hearing through the grapevine that the Hurt Locker copyright prosecution team has begun their next wave of lawsuits. Internet users will be shortly receiving a subpoena from their attorneys accusing them of downloading this movie. Nothing to do yet, at this point, the prosecution only wants your information so that they can contact … Read more