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Malibu Media files 19 Suits Against Individual Does in the Northern District

Last week, Malibu Media filed 19 separate suits, each against a single Doe Defendant.  If Malibu follows their recent pattern, each will be accompanied by a document summarizing their “expanded surveillance” and a request for “exculpatory evidence.”

The cases are:

2013-CV-3726  (filed May 18, 2013)

2013-CV-3693 (filed May 17, 2013)

2013-CV-3694 (filed May 17, 2013)

2013-CV-3696 (filed May 17, 2013)

2013-CV-3697 (filed May 17, 2013)

2013-CV-3699 (filed May 17, 2013)

2013-CV-3700 (filed May 17, 2013)

2013-CV-3703 (filed May 17, 2013)

2013-CV-3704 (filed May 17, 2013)

2013-CV-3705 (filed May 17, 2013)

2013-CV-3706 (filed May 17, 2013)

2013-CV-3707 (filed May 17, 2013)

2013-CV-3710 (filed May 17, 2013)

2013-CV-3711 (filed May 17, 2013)

2013-CV-3644 (filed May 16, 2013)

2013-CV-3645 (filed May 16, 2013)

2013-CV-3647 (filed May 16, 2013)

2013-CV-3648 (filed May 16, 2013)

2013-CV-3649 (filed May 16, 2013)

If you are identified by your ISP as the Doe in a file sharing lawsuit, you may want to review this article, which contains some helpful tips on how to deal with these kinds of suits:


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