Bodyguard Productions – Hitman’s Bodyguard Colorado subpoena defense

Over the last several months hundreds of Colorado residents have been delivered subpoenas from their internet service providers like Comcast and Centurylink stating that their personal information is being sought by Bodyguard Productions, LLC, the holding company suing for copyright infringement for the 2017 film the Hitman’s Bodyguard starring Ryan Reynolds. Note that unlike other

I.T. Productions Copyright Infringement Defense in Colorado

Did you receive a subpoena from your internet service provider (ISP) stating that they are being ordered to turn over your personal information in a federal lawsuit, specifically I.T. Productions? Numerous targets across the Colorado Front Range have received notices over the past few months over the film I.T. As the Bit Torrent infringement litigation

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LHF Productions, Inc. sue downloaders in Colorado, California, Washington State for copyright infringement

LHF Productions, Inc. or “London Has Fallen” is a Nevada company who produced and distributed the recent action movie London Has Fallen starring Gerard Butler and Morgan Freeman. While LHF won’t win an Oscar for Best Picture, it is an entertaining movie that people want to watch. Being unsatisfied with the number of people sharing

Production company Clear Skies Nevada LLC sues Colorado residents for allegedly downloading “Good Kill”

Although released last year, the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) drama Good Kill directed by Andrew Niccol (Gattaca) and starring Ethan Hawke is the center of attention regarding recent lawsuits filed in Colorado, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan, Oregon, Texas and Wisconsin. Internet subscribers have begun to receive subpoenas from their internet service providers informing them of


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Copyright Office rules that “jailbreaking” a smartphone doesn’t infringe copyright laws

Every three years the US Copyright Office via the Librarian of Congress reviews hot copyright issues to ensure that the copyright laws stay current as applied to specific technologies.  The rulemaking statute was part of the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).  The Librarian’s rulemaking power comes from 17 USC 1201(a)(1).    The Register of Copyrights