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Mpaa Sues Multimillionare Over Alleged Bittorrent Use


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Posted 26 July 2006 - 12:55 PM

Of possible interest to BitTorrent users

Last November, Shawn Hogan received an unsettling call: A lawyer representing Universal Pictures and the Motion Picture Association of America informed the 30-year-old software developer that they were suing him for downloading Meet the Fockers over BitTorrent. Hogan was baffled. Not only does he deny the accusation, he says he already owned the film on DVD. The attorney said they would settle for $2,500. Hogan declined.
http://wired.com/wired/archive/14.08/start.html?pg=3


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