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Report: 20,000 users added to 'Hurt Locker' suit

The studio behind last year's Oscar-winning film has added 20,000 IP addresses to the 5,000 already listed in its piracy lawsuit, according to TorrentFreak.

By May 24, 2011


'Hurt Locker' lawyers launch nationwide copyright fight

Dunlap, Grubb & Weaver, the law firm representing "The Hurt Locker," names three people in separate copyright suits, also starts refiling suits across country.

By February 17, 2011


Antipiracy lawyers from porn, indie-film sectors unite

Is this a dynamic duo? The law firm suing alleged film pirates on behalf of indie filmmakers has teamed up with the makers of "Batman XXX, A Porn Parody."

By January 10, 2011


'Hurt Locker' lawyers continue antipiracy fight

In filing copyright suits against thousands of alleged file sharers, a group of indie film studios avoid jurisdiction issues by enlisting help from lawyers who can pursue cases in 23 states.

By January 4, 2011


Big media fails to turn ISPs into copyright cops

Two years since the RIAA said Internet service providers would increase pressure on customers to stop pirating content, no major ISP has publicly committed to the program.

By January 4, 2011


ISP won't reveal names of alleged porn pirates

Time Warner Cable once again refuses to give up names of customers accused of copyright violations, according to the attorney overseeing Larry Flynt Publishing's copyright case.

By December 27, 2010


MPAA, RIAA: Lawsuits won't protect content

So, this is why the film and music industries have stepped up lobbying efforts. Big media companies tell Commerce Department today they need more antipiracy help.

By December 10, 2010


Indie filmmakers to refile piracy suits

A day after an indie film studio drops 4,400 suspected film pirates from a complaint in D.C., the studio's lawyer says he is preparing to refile the complaints in other courts by Thursday.

By December 7, 2010


Cost of suing file sharers could skyrocket soon

Indie filmmakers suing accused film pirates had tried to pursue the cases in Washington, D.C. Court setback appears to have prompted them to pursue defendants in courts elsewhere.

By November 22, 2010


Porn maker sues 7,098 alleged film pirates

An adult-filmmaker files copyright complaint against 7,098 and has no sympathy for the accused. "F--- 'em. We are going after every one of them," he says.

By November 2, 2010