According to The National Law Review and TorrentFreak, more than 3,300 lawsuits have reportedly been filed against BitTorrent users for copyright infringement. “Data collected by TorrentFreak from court records all over the country show that in the first half of the year, more than 3,300 separate lawsuits were filed. The majority of these cases list a single ‘John Doe’ defendant,” read a TorrentFreak report. A case against a single “John Doe” refers to a lawsuit filed against an individual suspected of downloading a piece of content on the peer-to-peer BitTorrent protocol without the authorization of the content creator. 🚨 BitTorrent
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