[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/05/J0mAtn.jpg[/newsimage]The record for the largest BitTorrent lawsuit in history is now held by Voltage Pictures, producers of the 2009 film "The Hurt Locker". Voltage is suing 24,583 BitTorrent users for downloading the Oscar winning film. Previously the largest BitTorrent lawsuit was against the 23,332 downloaders of "The Expendables" Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/24583-more-sued-for-downloading-the-hurt-locker-45584/](http://www.myce.com/news/24583-more-sued-for-downloading-the-hurt-locker-45584/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
Judge Beryl Howell/Former RIAA lobbyist/previously held position in digital crimes…
Definitely, A clear case of conflict of interests. BTW, He is a She.
Good. Maybe they’ll collect enough that they can pay me back the dollar I paid to rent this turkey from RedBox…
I like the concept olyteddy . Consumer’s start a class action suit against a company like Voltage Pictures for releasing a crappy movie. We want our money back & how about a couple of hours pay too.
[QUOTE=cholla;2589815]I like the concept olyteddy . Consumer’s start a class action suit against a company like Voltage Pictures for releasing a crappy movie. We want our money back & how about a couple of hours pay too.[/QUOTE]
I love… no i adore that concept and let’s bring it to all our kinds of entertainment and enjoyment!
Hated the movie? Awful food or drinks at the restaurant? Had a bad time on holiday? Didn’t get the correct mileage on your car? Called by stupid call centers on your mobile phone while your cell phone was in roaming mode? Commercials you don’t like? Too much popups in your browser? Windows 7 grinded to a halt? Your videogame sucks?
Get your money back and/or money for compensation of the time you spent!
A load of BS. Its fact and not opinion that a download does not equal a lost sale. And these guys are trying to claim about 150 lost sales per download. What a bunch of thugs.
These leaches have no business collecting people’s data. What a sad state of affairs it has become that they are allowed to collect this data.