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Hi, everybody! I’ve been getting hundreds of “Notices of ClaimedInfringement” a day from IP-Echelon, all equals, claiming that they’re “contacting” me “on behalf of Paramount Pictures Corporation (Paramount)” and requesting that I delete the film in question that’s being exchanged viabittorent (the port varies each time). When I first informed them that the IP address in question was a Torexit node, I briefly explained what Tor is and that I couldn’t support them. I also wrote to MyLoc (the ISP) and said exactly the same thing. IP-Echelon was contacted again, but they did not respond. Normally, I wouldn’t give a damn about them, but this time MyLoc threatened to “block” my “server” unless I “fix the problem.” I changed the exit strategy and am now using the reduced one[1]. That should (in theory) solve the problem, but I’d prefer to avoid a regressive policy. Is there someone who has had similar problems with IP-Echelon and can assist me? How do you normally deal with those pesky auto-generated reports? Thank you, patacca is a kind of patacca. 1st ReducedExitPolicy can be found at https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/ReducedExitPolicy.

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You sent me an email about a movie you downloaded using our IP address. I wanted to double-check that the email was from you and not from IP Echeoln because I have never downloaded a movie from any website. My husband and I are the only ones who live here; we don’t have any children. Should I be concerned and pay the $ 150.00 they have requested? Even though my wifi is password safe, it was done at 11:54 p.m., so I’m sure it was a hack. I know your email said not to contact you if it was true, but I’m not sure what to do. I don’t want to fall for a con or be forced to pay money for anything I didn’t do. Any feedback will be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!

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1. Contact the above-mentioned customer and take measures to prevent the subscriber from accessing or uploading HBO material without permission again; and2. Take appropriate action against the account holder under the Abuse Policy/Terms of Service Agreement.
This letter does not provide a full statement of HBO’s rights in this matter, and nothing in it constitutes an express or implied waiver of any of HBO’s rights or remedies in this matter, which are all expressly reserved.
1. Contact the above-mentioned customer and take measures to prevent the subscriber from accessing or uploading HBO material without permission again; and2. Take appropriate action against the account holder under the Abuse Policy/Terms of Service Agreement.
This letter does not provide a full statement of HBO’s rights in this matter, and nothing in it constitutes an express or implied waiver of any of HBO’s rights or remedies in this matter, which are all expressly reserved.

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It used to be uncommon for student media to receive cease and desist letters, but that is changing. These C&D letters can now be produced and sent out automatically, without the need for human interaction. Calls from student media receiving automatically produced demand letters started trickling in a couple of years ago, but they’ve now become a fairly steady flow, which will almost certainly increase given the “quick money” to be made.
If you ever get a suspicious message, do a lot of testing to make sure you’re dealing with a legitimate source. Do not click any links in these letters because they can contain dangerous malware, and do not include personal information.

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