DVDFab legal battle continues with amended preliminary injunction – also targets TDMore

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We’ve just posted the following news: DVDFab legal battle continues with amended preliminary injunction – also targets TDMore[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2014/03/myce-dvd-fab-monkey-sad-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

The legal case against DVDFab by the AACS-LA has gone a step further, the judge has ruled that the preliminary injunction order shall remain in effect.

            Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/dvdfab-legal-battle-continues-with-amended-preliminary-injunction-also-targets-tdmore-75459/](http://www.myce.com/news/dvdfab-legal-battle-continues-with-amended-preliminary-injunction-also-targets-tdmore-75459/)

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#2

If you ask me, this is tantamount to the Judge ordering ISIS to stop killing people, do you think they will listen? Why doesn’t he understand that US law does not apply to foreign entity’s. In my humble opinion, we have more important matters at hand in the USA than backing up a legal movie you own. JMHO.:wink:


#3

Good luck with them shutting Dvdfab down ordering the new China payment processor not to take any money… Sorry USA Judge China doesn’t give two shxts about your orders nor anything else the USA goverment has to say.

This Just makes me laugh.:D:D


#5

what is more ridiculous is the judge actually agreeing with the company to get DVDFab and others shut down when they are nothing to do with the USA. he is basically trying to say that the USA can and does rule the world and because of that this company has the right wo stop anything it doesn’t like from happening, regardless of where that is! the judge should have made it clear that there is jurisdiction of the court over other countries and what happens in them. i suppose if you look at it another way, the USA thinks it does rule the world and will drop troops in any country it feels like, especially when that country has or has control of a resource that the USA wants! usual bully boy tactics coming out again and this stupid judge giving them permission over something neither he, AACS-LA or the USA has any right to do!!


#6

[QUOTE=kevpc;2750476]what is more ridiculous is the judge actually agreeing with the company to get DVDFab and others shut down when they are nothing to do with the USA. he is basically trying to say that the USA can and does rule the world and because of that this company has the right wo stop anything it doesn’t like from happening, regardless of where that is! the judge should have made it clear that there is jurisdiction of the court over other countries and what happens in them. i suppose if you look at it another way, the USA thinks it does rule the world and will drop troops in any country it feels like, especially when that country has or has control of a resource that the USA wants! usual bully boy tactics coming out again and this stupid judge giving them permission over something neither he, AACS-LA or the USA has any right to do!![/QUOTE]
By the way the Fab Forum is down but its got nothing to do with this article.


#7

[QUOTE=alan1476;2750480]By the way the Fab Forum is down but its got nothing to do with this article.[/QUOTE]

Probably more MPIAA DOS attacks most likely…


#8

Hi :slight_smile:
For those interested.
It is back (the forum that is) .


#9

[QUOTE=coolcolors;2750514]Probably more MPIAA DOS attacks most likely…[/QUOTE]Not true, it was a server issue and is now fixed.


#10

It was a server hardware failure, as Alan pointed out.


#11

[QUOTE=alan1476;2750523]Not true, it was a server issue and is now fixed.[/QUOTE]

I hope that is the case…we have to remember companies all those recent stories exposing companies hidden hacks or attacks and being quiet until the news expose the real cause of the problem. Servers can get attacked and taken down as we seen in recent news reporting.


#12

[QUOTE=coolcolors;2750546]I hope that is the case…we have to remember companies all those recent stories exposing companies hidden hacks or attacks and being quiet until the news expose the real cause of the problem. Servers can get attacked and taken down as we seen in recent news reporting.[/QUOTE] This was not a hidden attack it was a computer failure ( networking issue) so let not let our minds get ahead of the truth.


#13

I guess companies like Fengtao are too hard for us to shut down. That’s why we need international agreements like the TPP. Thank goodness copyright laws have become “anti-theft” laws, or these freeloading pirates would get what they want.

PS: everything above was sarcasm. Copyright should be used to encourage the production and publication of various works, not] to prevent “theft”, and certainly NOT to excert the rediculous quantity of control that these copyright bullies have come to demand.


#14

[QUOTE=alan1476;2750447]If you ask me, this is tantamount to the Judge ordering ISIS to stop killing people, do you think they will listen? Why doesn’t he understand that US law does not apply to foreign entity’s. In my humble opinion, we have more important matters at hand in the USA than backing up a legal movie you own. JMHO.;)[/QUOTE]

Exactly! This judgment would not apply to other countries, only the United States. And I don’t understand why making backups isn’t legal yet. If it were, and the studios didn’t jack up prices, I feel it would push people more towards legal channels of getting content and away from piracy.


#15

There are however ways and means of unfairly extending the reach of this beyond US jurisdiction and these tricks have been readily exploited by the pursuing organisations in the past.

[B]Wombler[/B]


#16

I just tried to get to Tdmore page -IT IS GONE!! Not found-also facebook page is gone!!!


#17

^ http://www.tdmore.cn/


#18

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2750823]^ http://www.tdmore.cn/[/QUOTE]

Hello Kerry,

Scotton ist right, Site is down.
The only way to Access the Page is via VPN.

Greetz Kirby


#19

Opens just fine for me without a VPN.


#20

Yeah, you can access the page at tdmore.cn, but the downloads are still hosted on tdmore.com, which is down.

(And it doesn’t surprise me that TDMore was dragged into this. Anyone with more than two brain cells to rub together could see that the TDMore products are basically just DVDFab split into separate products, sporting a different GUI, and sold under a different name. I’m surprised it took the MAFIAA this long to figure it out.)


#21

If you can’t access the downloads any other way, there are direct links over at Videohelp.com:

http://www.videohelp.com/software/TDMore-Blu-ray-and-DVD-Copy

http://www.videohelp.com/software/TDMore-Free-DVD-Copy

I don’t think all of the TDMore products are listed there however.