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VERY IMPORTANT VIDEO: Click on the picture to watch Attorney Steve® explain what happens when you get a notice of subpoena from your ISP regarding Malibu Media pornography videos or more importantly, notices from Strike Three Holdings, LLC, a prolific filer of file sharing copyright infringement lawsuits in the United States, from California to New York, Texas to Illinois.
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2019 UPDATE: You may have received a torrent demand from the law firm of Greenspoon Marder. Call us to discuss BEFORE you even consider calling them.
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We help clients across the United States of America who receives subpoena notices from their ISP regarding lawsuits alleging copyright infringement from Copyright holders such as Malibu Media, LLC and Strike Three Holdings, LLC. This is not the end of the world so do not despair. We examine possible defenses and will help you get through this “shame settlement” process. These companies are VERY AGGRESSIVE and you should not call them and admit to liability or they will most likely run an asset search just to see what they can get out of you. This would be a BIG MISTAKE. Call a Torrent Defense law firm BEFORE you even think about calling them. Here is a video that discusses the questionable statements they make online to try to have you LOWER YOUR GUARD, but do not be fooled. We deal with this company literally every day and in our opinion, they are VERY AGGRESSIVE and seeking to get every last dime out of you. This means you can end up paying on this settlement for a LONG TIME.
2019 Update - Fox Rothschild Partner moves to his own firm (Bandlow Law) and may have lost the backup of his 700+ lawyer firm. He is filing Strike 3 torrent suits in California, especially in the Central District. You may also receive demands dealing with the law firm MamoneLaw.com
PODCAST 2019 Update - Strike 3 on the Run? Resorting to Voodoo science after Cobbler Nevada (9th Circuit case)?
Watch Attorney Steve® explain his issues with a recent Strike 3 Holdings online media statement
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Strike 3 Law Firm Claims Porn Settlements are Basically “break-even”
Having seen many $20,000 to $30,000 settlements (and demands of 50k or more), I find this a bit tough to swallow, but this is what their lead counsel reported to the Amercian Bar Association.
Sample allegations in a Strike Three Holdings “John Doe” lawsuit
“Strike 3's subscription-based websites proudly boast a paid subscriber base that is one of the highest of any adult-content sites in the world. Strike 3 also licenses its motion pictures to popular broadcasters and Strike 3's motion pictures are the number one selling adult DVDs in the United States.
Strike 3's motion pictures and websites have won numerous awards, such as “best cinematography,” “best new studio,” and “adult site of the year.”
One of Strike 3's owners, two-time director of the year Greg Lansky, has been dubbed the adult film industry's “answer to Steven Spielberg.”
Strike 3's motion pictures have had positive global impact, leading more adult studios to invest in better content, higher pay for performers, and to treat each performer with respect and like an artist.
Unfortunately, Strike 3, like a large number of other makers of motion picture and television works, has a major problem with Internet piracy. Often appearing among the most infringed popular entertainment content on torrent websites, Strike 3's motion pictures are among the most pirated content in the world.
Defendant Used the BitTorrent File Distribution Network to Infringe Plaintiff's Copyrights
BitTorrent is a system designed to quickly distribute large files over the Internet. Instead of downloading a file, such as a movie, from a single source, BitTorrent users are able to connect to the computers of other BitTorrent users in order to simultaneously download and upload pieces of the file from and to other users.
To use BitTorrent to download a movie, the user has to obtain a “torrent” file for that movie, from a torrent website. The torrent file contains instructions for identifying the Internet addresses of other BitTorrent users who have the movie, and for downloading the movie from those users. Once a user downloads all of the pieces of that movie from the other BitTorrent users, the movie is automatically reassembled into its original form, ready for playing.
BitTorrent's popularity stems from the ability of users to directly interact with each other to distribute a large file without creating a heavy load on any individual source computer and/or network. It enables Plaintiff's motion pictures, which are often filmed in state of the art 4kHD, to be transferred quickly and efficiently. Moreover, BitTorrent is designed so that the more files a user offers for download to others, the faster the user's own downloads become. In this way, each user benefits from illegally distributing other's content and violating copyright laws.
Each piece of a BitTorrent file is assigned a unique cryptographic hash value. The cryptographic hash value of the piece (“piece hash”) acts as that piece's unique digital fingerprint. Every digital file has one single possible cryptographic hash value correlating to it. The BitTorrent protocol utilizes cryptographic hash values to ensure each piece is properly routed amongst BitTorrent users as they engage in file sharing. The entirety of the digital media file also has a unique cryptographic hash value (“file hash”), which acts as a digital fingerprint identifying the digital media file (e.g. a movie).
Once infringers complete the downloading of all pieces which comprise a digital media file, the BitTorrent software uses the file hash to determine that the file is complete and accurate. Defendant used the BitTorrent file network to illegally download and distribute Plaintiff's copyrighted motion pictures.
Plaintiff's investigator, IPP International U.G. (“IPP”) established direct TCP/IP connections with the Defendant's IP address as outlined on Exhibit A while Defendant was using the BitTorrent file distribution network. While Defendant was infringing, IPP downloaded from Defendant one or more pieces of the digital media files containing Strike 3's motion pictures listed on Exhibit A (“Works”). A full copy of each digital media file was downloaded from the BitTorrent file distribution network, and it was confirmed through independent calculation that the file hash correlating to each file matched the file hash downloaded by Defendant.
Defendant downloaded, copied, and distributed a complete copy of Plaintiff's Works without authorization. At no point was Plaintiff's copyrighted content uploaded by IPP to any BitTorrent user. The digital media files have been verified to contain a digital copy of a motion picture that is identical (or alternatively, strikingly similar or substantially similar) to Plaintiff's corresponding original copyrighted Works. Defendant's infringement is continuous and ongoing.
Absent this lawsuit, Plaintiff knows of no way to effectively prevent Defendant from infringing Plaintiff's motion pictures.
This is typical of the allegations you might receive in your case when served a notice of subpoena from your ISP.
We can help you settle the case ANONYM)OUSLY and for the lowest amount possible. We are one of the few law firms in the United States that specialize in these types of cases, and in California and Arizona there really is no other firm that we are aware of with the experience we have in copyright movie infringement and file sharing (p2p) cases.
Attorney Steve® explains INNOCENT COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT
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Who “Investigates” Strike 3 Adult Porn Copyright Infringement [“John Doe”] cases?
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Torrent Settlements Explained by Attorney Steve®
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If you are sued in California, we are one of the few Torrent Defense Law Firms located here – this is important if the case goes to litigation. If they know the law firm is not located in Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County or San Francisco bay area, they can use this against you.
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Strike Three Strikes Out In California Southern District
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Strike 3 Holdings Torrent Law resource VIDEOS!!!
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How much will my torrent movie download case settle for?
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