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Saturday, March 10, 2012

Over 2,000 Pirates Sued For Illegal Downloading

2,165 anonymous downloaders have been targeted by Hollywood for allegedly downloading “Conan the Barbarian”.

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In The lawsuit was started after a complaint filed last week to Maryland’s federal court. The film company is represented by Thomas Dunlap of the Dunlap, Grubb and Weaver, a law company specializing on copyright cases. Dunlap’s company has broad experience with suing thousands of people, because in the past they have brought to justice thousands of Does in the famous “The Expendables” case. The company also represented small movie studios, including producers of the Award-winning “The Hurt Locker”.such cases three steps are usually taken. First, the plaintiffs file a complaint against the suspected pirates, which is then followed by a motion to subpoena Internet service providers to reveal the identities of the anonymous downloaders. Finally, they send letters to the defendants trying to convince them to settle for a certain amount of money or face the court of law.

Meanwhile, this is not the only news from Hollywood. At the same time, Justin Bieber has filed a cease-and-desist letter to the developers of an Android application called “Joustin Beaver”. Bieber’s attorneys say that the game represents a “blatant violation” of the artist’s publicity rights and trademarks. The lawyers are demanding the game to be out of the Android Market, while asking the creators for a detailed accounting of sales.

Finally, there is more news about Hollywood blockbusters. Avatar was recognized as one of the most popular films ever, created by James Cameron. But there were a number of attempts to sue James Cameron for allegedly “stealing” ideas and “pasting” them to Avatar. The same was said about “Titanic”.

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