Aside from the RIAA, are other companies suing P2P users for copyright infringement?
October 31, 2004 7:20 PM Subscribe
I know that the RIAA has sued users of certain P2P networks like Kazaa, with mixed results. I'd like to know if there are any other examples of companies or agencies suing individuals for alleged copyright infringement...(like maybe the MPAA going after people on BitTorrent or something.)
posted by thewittyname to law & government (4 answers total)
Oh, one other thing...it doesn't have to be about P2P networks. I vaugely remember a story about DirectTV (or some other satellite TV service) suing people who had bought smart card readers, because they could be used to hack the cable-box and get channels for free. Any information on that or similar stories would be most appreciated....