I have searched everywhere and the general suggestion is slow down (or stop completely) the downloading habits and just ignore the letter.
Does this kind of thing happen often (these letters), do studios sue frequently, any other information is welcome. Please.
I deleted the letter and have since deleted the movie. Actually I deleted it like 2 weeks ago after I saw it was unwatchable.
Overnet User wrote:Respond back to your isp and tell them that the movie was unwatchable and ask them if they can ask the person who sent the letter to the isp to give you the watchable movie since you got a letter for something that you could not watch. Tell them that you do not believe that there was a copyright on the movie because studios have to be able to read the media to show the movie or your computer has to be able to read the movie and this was not possible. Also tell them that you are aware that they like to disrupt communication by planting honeypot movies. Tell them that if they really want to get rid of filesharing, they should go to another planet because by the looks of it, its here to stay on Earth.
As soon as I opened the file, I saw windows media player begin connecting and acquiring something. I closed it right away and deleted the file and torrent data from uTorrent.
MrFredPFL wrote:the movie was apparently unwatchable because it required a codec anon did not have. WMP tried to acquire the codec, and anon stopped it from doing so.
-Anything else I could do to protect myself from something like this in the future?
KevinWilson wrote:Well, when someone receive copyright Infringement letter than my advise is must reply for that letter with full of your explanation.
than my advise
SlyckNick: wrote:I abhor what slonceck and suprnova have now become.
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