…with a second lawsuit filed against users of the app, it looks like 16 as-yet-anonymous watchers may soon need a primer on "mass copyright suits for dummies."
The lawsuit (PDF), entitled Survivor Productions Inc. v. Anonymous Users of Popcorn Time (Does 1-16), targets 16 Comcast subscribers who allegedly used the app to watch Survivor—not the reality series, but a thriller starring Pierce Brosnan released earlier this year.
I like how the lawyers are targeting people who watch Adam Sandler and Pierce Brosnan movies. It's a Prenda-style tactic: pick defendants who would be so humiliated by the publicity that they pay up rather than have their disgusting cinematic preferences exposed.
In this footage from 1985 Richard Harrison classic Blood Debts, our hero defeats his adversary and we learn that “mark collins, age 45, gave himself up to the authorities after the incident. he is currently serving a life sentence”. Here’s more from Blood Debts, a very good movie: You can buy the VHS on Amazon, […]
Directed by and starring Canadian actor Jay Baruchel (Goon, This Is The End, How To Train Your Dragon), Random Acts of Violence is based on the 2010 comic of the same name by Jimmy Palmiotti. Comic book creator Todd Walkley (Jesse Williams), his wife Kathy (Jordana Brewster), assistant Aurora (Niamh Wilson) and best friend, Hard […]
Now that the initial furor and shortages have subsided, it’s probably not a bad time to start considering your long-term cleaning and disinfecting plans. Sure, that might seem anywhere from overly cautious to outright ridiculous, but the threat of COVID-19 appears poised to be present for a while and the need for quick travel clean-up […]
With more and more companies moving all their operations into the cloud, the need has never been greater for those with the skills to map exactly how an organization reconstitutes itself in that new environment. Network architects responsible for determining all the communication, storage, and infrastructure needs of an expansive organization are among the most […]
Even after months of working from home, you’d be forgiven for thinking the whole experience still doesn’t quite feel…well, normal. In addition to all the obvious environmental changes of handling your 9 to 5 from your den or dining room table, the technological aids you didn’t realize you loved back at the office probably don’t […]