Judge: IP-Address Does Not Prove Copyright InfringementTorrentFreak
Jan. 22, 2014
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A federal judge in Washington has issued a key order in one of the many ongoing mass-BitTorrent piracy lawsuits in the United States. The judge ruled that a complaint from the “Elf-Man” movie studio is insufficient because the IP address evidence does not prove that an account holder is guilty of copyright infringement.