Copyright Troll Must Repay Alleged BitTorrent Pirates, Court RulesTorrentFreak
Nov. 08, 2013
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In a unique ruling the adult movie company AF Holdings and their infamous law firm Prenda have been ordered to repay the settlements they extracted from four alleged BitTorrent pirates. The court concluded that the movie outfit perpetrated fraud on the court, as it could provide no proof that it holds the copyrights to the titles they sued for.