Just when it seemed like mass-torrent filings were a thing of the past, TCYK and Countryman Nevada sued 355 Does in 10 separate suits on February 26. The suits all appear to be standard file sharing cases, all alleging that various unnamed parties copied a copyright holder’s movie using BitTorrent.
Given standard schedules, subpoena letters will be going to Comcast, Wide Open West, and U-Verse subscribers in 4-7 weeks.
If you are identified by your ISP as a Doe Defendant 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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