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Q: Time warner sent me a letter saying they where going to give my name and address to the court for downloading .

What would be my next move.Should I try to fight it ? should I just wait.

Nathan Roach
Nathan Roach answered on Apr 15, 2011

Unfortunately, these kind of cases are increasingly common. Depending on your situation, the EFF may be able to recommend a lawyer near you.

https://www.eff.org/pages/legal-assistance

Often times, the subpoena notice from your ISP will give you an opportunity to contest the release...
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Q: How do I file for theft of intellectual property
Nathan Roach
Nathan Roach answered on Apr 15, 2011

In genera, the kind of suit you would file depends upon the kind of intellectual property that was infringed. For example, a suit for copyright infringement is federal subject matter and generally must be filed in federal court after the copyright has been registered. Patent infringement is also a... Read more »

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