Alleged MPAA hacker named in court filing

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by imhotep, Jun 28, 2006.

  1. imhotep

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    "TorrentSpy.com and its parent company Valence Media filed additional court
    documents this week, naming the person the companies claim breached their
    business systems to gather evidence for the Motion Picture Association of
    America.

    The latest court filings include a statement by Robert Anderson, a resident
    of Vancouver, Canada, who claims that the MPAA contacted him in June 2005
    to provide information on TorrentSpy.com. The Web site allows BitTorrent
    users to search through files that are being offered by others online,
    including illegal copies of music and movies. The MPAA sued the Web site in
    February for contributing to copyright infringement."

    http://www.securityfocus.com/brief/236?ref=rss

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