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Friday, December 17, 2010

SC Mass Lawsuits Could Be In Jeopardy

The article listed below may give those people named in Sound Choices mass lawsuits a new angle to defend themselves. See below:
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Only 10 days after a federal judge in Washington, DC sharply limited the US Copyright Group's mass file-sharing lawsuits there, a federal judge in West Virginia has come down even harder on another set of mass lawsuits.

The judge noted that it's simply not proper to "join" this many defendants who did not participate in the same transaction and did not work together. The mere allegation that the defendants used the same P2P software and infringed the same movie does not mean they can be can be joined into a single lawsuit. Everyone being targeted might well have a totally different defense, and the judge approvingly cites a 2004 ruling against the music industry.

Read the rest of the article by clicking on this link:

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2010/12/judge-kills-massive-p2p-porn-lawsuit-kneecaps-copyright-troll.ars?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=rss

4 comments:

  1. The 2nd Arizona SC lawsuit was dismissed for this very reason.

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  2. has soundchoice won any suit yet?

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  3. yes Sound choice has won many.

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