More Tennessee Residents Notified with Subpoenas from Strike 3 Holdings LLC

Should I Ignore a Notice From Strike 3 Holdings LLC if I Live in Tennessee?

Are you a resident of Tennessee? Have you recently received a notice from your internet service provider (such as Windstream, AT&T, Spectrum, Comcast/Xfinity, T Mobile 5G Home Internet, CenturyLink, Rise Broadband, Ting, Google Fiber Webpass, Quantum Fiber, Vistabeam, and Starry Internet, etc.) with a copy of a subpoena from a company called Strike 3 Holdings? We know you probably have a lot of questions, and Antonelli Law is here to help.

Who is Strike 3 Holdings LLC?

Strike 3 Holdings LLC is a company that produces pornographic adult films published under subscription sites such as Blacked, Blacked Raw, Tushy, Tushy Raw, Vixen, MILFY, and Slayed. Each internet connection has a unique identifier known as an IP address.

Allegedly, Strike 3 Holdings has utilized various methods to track illegal downloads of their adult movies to your IP address. Once they have this information, they can perform what is known as a ‘reverse lookup’ to identify your ISP.

Is my Strike 3 Holdings notification real?

Yes, this notification is real. Strike 3 Holdings is requesting your personal information from your internet service provider because they believe you or someone on your network illegally downloaded their content. Your internet provider notifies you of this before giving out any of your information.

Should I Ignore Strike 3 Holdings?

Unfortunately, these cases usually cannot be resolved by ignoring them. Typically, you have 30 days or less from the day you receive the notification to decide how you want to handle your case. Our team of attorneys can help you decide if settling anonymously through an attorney, filing a motion to quash, or needing competent, fighting back in court is the best option for your case.

If you’ve received notification of a subpoena in the mail, please visit our main Strike 3 Holdings page for all the information you need about Strike 3 Holdings lawsuits. This is a blog dedicated to case updates.

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