Wrongfully Accused 720p Torrent !FULL!
if the website or user has a static ip address, then it is far easier to track down the infringer since they always have the same ip address. you can also use a malicious software program known as a "trojan" to gain access to a user's computer without permission or use a password cracker to steal their login information.
Wrongfully Accused 720p Torrent
as time has gone by, the number of persons attempting to commit copyright infringement online has substantially decreased. an ip address may be used to identify a certain person to an isp, but a court is likely not to find a person committing copyright infringement just because their ip address is the same as someone else. this can be resolved by making sure that the ip address that person is using is really the person who committed the infringement.
all of which has to be seen in perspective. malibu has been held to a very low standard. it has a history of dragging its feet in pursuing cases, often not serving defendants properly, and is known to accuse people of things they never actually did. most of malibu's claims tend to be overblown and misleading.
and the fact that malibu used google play doesn't seem to matter to the company. the google play removal of libretorrent , despite the fact that it's the true copyright troll's original app, is just the latest example of how google works with malibu in its apparent efforts to clean up its platforms of content it doesn't like. but apparently not every malibu complaint is deserving of a penalty.
one of the most common pastimes of pirates is to misuse the dmca to take down any form of communication that they consider to be a danger to their commercial interests. the letters used to threaten victims of copyright trolling can be simple and "hackish" -- indeed, many are put together by computer-literate lawyers as a means of avoiding liability. this one is pretty good, obtained by torrentfreak and used by it's going down, the student-oriented website of the industrial workers of the world. in addition to use of the dmca, the letter claims that the posting of the "true story" can be an invasion of privacy.