Strike 3 files additional 83 cases, including return to Connecticut
Have you recently received a notice from your ISP with a copy of a subpoena from Strike 3 Holdings?
Strike 3 Holdings is filing cases across the United States accusing defendants of illegally downloading their films. The latest round includes cases in Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Additionally, they have filed a new case Miami-Dade County, Florida. That case number is 2021-020640-CC-05, titled “STRIKE 3 HOLDINGS, LLC VS UNKNOWN INFRINGERS IDENTIFIED ON EXHIBIT “1””
Strike 3 Holdings has been filing federal copyright infringement cases for years, but they’ve recently focused their efforts in Florida State Court. The filings in Florida have been widely criticized as a violation of Florida’s “pure bill of discovery”.
In the US, copyright infringement cases are a federal matter and should be handled in federal court.
You are still being accused of illegally downloading adult content produced by Strike 3 Holdings.
Here are the latest cases filed by Strike 3 Holdings:
If you’ve received a notice from your internet service provider and a subpoena for your details, learn more about Strike 3 Holdings.
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