Porn Studio Files Suit Against Over 1,000 Pirates

Third World Media, a Los Angeles, California-based porn studio has filed a lawsuit against 1,568 individuals it believes are guilty of pirating the title Miss Big Ass Brazil #4. Though the plaintiffs have yet to be named, though the studio has apparently armed itself with their IP addresses, Internet service providers and the dates and times they shared the file.

The news comes two weeks after the studio filed another lawsuit against an additional 1,243 defendants and it seems the studio isn't stopping there. CNet reports that TWM is filing more lawsuits in courts around the country and is expected to file more in the future.  

The next step for Third World Media is to subpoena ISPs to have the identities of the accused revealed.

Read the full story on CNet.

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  • I like how EVERYBODY starts naming off dozens of free porn sources, lmao.
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  • however you have to trust people on those websites like
    rapidshare, megaupload, hotfile, netload, fileserve

    remember kazaa, files named one thing, but were something completely different?

    for porn i say stream it, anything legal and worth watching is streamable. and if you want to keep it, learn to rip the stream
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  • You can always go get porn from rapidshare, megaupload, hotfile, netload, fileserve, and etc. Way faster than torrents or P2P sharing.
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  • however you have to trust people on those websites like
    rapidshare, megaupload, hotfile, netload, fileserve

    remember kazaa, files named one thing, but were something completely different?

    for porn i say stream it, anything legal and worth watching is streamable. and if you want to keep it, learn to rip the stream
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  • Is anyone else concerned that all of these people actually LISTENED to Gene Simmons? Will there eventually be those same ADs, "Getting sued for internet piracy!? Call Peter Francis Geraci...."
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