RedTube Wins Injunction to Stop Anti-Piracy Lawsuit ThreatsTorrentFreak
Dec. 25, 2013
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Merry Christmas!Many thousands of Internet users set to be targeted by an adult content copyright troll can today breathe a sigh of relief. Streaming video portal RedTube, the site where targets were said to have viewed unauthorized content, has obtained an injunction to stop the lawfirm involved sending out any more threats. Company vice president Alex Taylor says such invasions of privacy for monetary gain can never be accepted.