UK former BitTorrent owner receives lawsuit direct from MPAA

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I just posted the article UK former BitTorrent owner receives lawsuit direct from MPAA.

 Alexander  Hannf, a UK owner of the  DVDR-Core domain name and its server has received a lawsuit by a movie studio  worker for the MPAA early on a Saturday morning for suspect copyright ...
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#2

“Alexander Hannf, a UK owner of the DVDR-Core domain name and its server has received a lawsuit by a movie studio worker for the MPAA early on a Saturday morning for suspect copyright infringement of movies” a “worker”???..a bloody worker??? shades of germany 1934…did he/she get a punt up the ladder?..extra pay??..pat on the head. Another way to disunite us drones…breed suspicion…:X


#3

there were more than 1800 torrents :wink: and it was the best torrent site ever


#4

A lawsuite delivered by a foreign movie studio worker on a Saturday morning? Strange laws…that shows I naive I can be…I always thought that all over Europe this kind of notifications had to be delivered by someone related to justice or law , as it seem to be the case here at home…


#5

NO~! Don’t give up the Inkjet! Fight! Fight for inkjet owners everywhere! Believe in hope!


#6

He is right, how do you draw the line between bittorrent site like this and google?


#7

from what i remember, they erased the hard drives from that site when other bittorrent sites started to get sued and shit was about to hit the fan. Thats got to hurt the mpaa’s case as they can’t use its own server information as evidence. Then again if the guy can’t afford the lawyers, it really doesn’t matter. :frowning: