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MAY 10, 2011 9:52 AM PDT Over 23,000 IP addresses cited in BitTorrent suit by Don Reisinger Print E-mail 42 comments

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A BitTorrent file-sharing case could soon have more than 23,000 defendants. Back in March, Judge Robert Wilkins of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia allowed Nu Image, a production company and the plaintiff in the case against ‘Does 1 to 6,500,’ to start seeking out contact information, including full name and address, related to IP addresses it had already collected. Those IP addresses, Nu Image said at the time, were ‘Doe Defendants’ who had allegedly pirated copies of last year’s ‘The Expendables’ using the BitTorrent protocol. Sylvester Stallone directed and starred in the film; LA-based Nu Image was involved in its prod”

 

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