Apr 11, 2012

"Copyright lawsuit targets owners of non-secure wireless networks"

"Marc Randazza, general counsel for Liberty Media, described the negligence claims as a new legal theory that the courts will need to weigh in .." "A federal lawsuit filed in Massachusetts could test the question of whether individuals who leave their wireless networks unsecured can be held liable if someone uses the network to illegally download copyrighted content.

The lawsuit was filed by Liberty Media Holdings LLC, a San Diego producer of adult content.

The company has accused more than 50 Massachusetts people, both named and unnamed, of using BitTorrent file-sharing technology to illegally download and share a gay porn movie.

According to the compliant, the illegal downloads and sharing were traced to IP addresses belonging to the individuals named in the compliant and to several John Does. The complaint alleges that each of the defendants either was directly responsible for downloading and sharing the movie or contributed to the piracy through their negligence."

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This is so odd,  "directly responsible for downloading and sharing the movie",  see defendants, Liberty Media does not have the right to use the video technology they are suing you over. iViewit Does.


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