23,000 IP addresses

Mark Radabaugh mark at amplex.net
Tue May 10 13:54:44 UTC 2011

On 5/10/11 9:07 AM, Marshall Eubanks wrote:
> A Federal Judge has decided to let the "U.S. Copyright Group" subpoena ISPs over 23,000 alleged downloads of some
> Sylvester Stallone movie I have never heard of; subpoenas are expected to go out this week.
> I thought that there might be some interest in the list of these addresses :
> http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/threatlevel/2011/05/expendibleipaddresses.pdf
> If you have IP addresses on this list, expect to receive papers shortly.
> Here is more of the backstory :
> http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2011/05/biggest-bittorrent-case/
> This is turning into quite a legal racket (get order $ 3000 for sending a threatening letter); I expect to see a lot
> more of this until some sense returns to the legal system.
> Regards
> Marshall
A good reason why every ISP should have a published civil subpoena 
compliance fee.

23,000 * $150 each should only cost them $3.45M to get the information.

Seems like that would take the profit out pretty quickly.

Mark Radabaugh

mark at amplex.net  419.837.5015

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