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08/02/2015 [DMCA] HOME BOX OFFICE, INC. @ U.S. Texas 7 (1275)

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VIA EMAIL:Notice of Claimed Infringement via Email
CASE:185450209
DATE:2015-02-05T10:08:15Z

Dear Sir/Madam,

We are writing this message on behalf of HOME BOX OFFICE, INC.
("HBO").

We have received information leading us to believe that an individual has
utilized the IP address 173.255.138.89 at the noted date and time below to host
and/or facilitate the downloading and/or streaming of content (listed below) in
which HBO is the copyright owner and/or the owner of exclusive rights in such
content (the "HBO Properties"). No one is authorized to exhibit,
reproduce, transmit, or otherwise distribute HBO Properties without the express
written permission of HBO, and the unauthorized distribution of HBO Properties
constitutes copyright infringement. This conduct may also violate the laws of
other countries, international law, and/or treaty obligations.
The title in question is: Silicon Valley

As the owner of the IP address, HBO requests that Hosting Services immediately
do the following:

1. Contact the subscriber who has engaged in the conduct described above and
take steps to prevent the subscriber from further downloading or uploading HBO
content without authorization; and
2. Take appropriate action against the account holder under your Abuse
Policy/Terms of Service Agreement.

We have a good faith belief that use of the copyrighted materials described
above is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.

We state, under penalty of perjury, that we are authorized to act on behalf of
the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.

This letter is not a complete statement of HBO's rights in connection with this
matter, and nothing contained herein constitutes an express or implied wavier of
any rights or remedies of HBO in connection with this matter, all of which are
expressly reserved.

We appreciate your assistance and thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
Your prompt response is requested.

Any further enquiries can be directed to copyright@ip-echelon.com. Please
include this message with your enquiry to ensure a quick response.

Respectfully,

Adrian Leatherland
CEO
IP-Echelon
Email: copyright@ip-echelon.com
Address: 6715 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, 90028, United States

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Title: Silicon Valley
Timestamp: 2015-02-05T10:08:15Z
IP Address: 173.255.138.89
Port: 1275
Type: BitTorrent
Torrent Hash: 875042df7c05a84568efecfc84fc4d074332e3f6
Filename: Silicon.Valley.S01E04.720p.HDTV.x264-KILLERS [PublicHD]
Filesize: 957 MB
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xmlns="http://www.acns.net/ACNS"
xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance>"

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Home Box Office, Inc.
IP-Echelon - Compliance
6715 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90028
United States of America

+1 (310) 606 2747
copyright@ip-echelon.com


Hosting Services



abuse@uk2group.com


2015-02-05T10:08:15Z
173.255.138.89
1275
BitTorrent


1



2015-02-05T10:08:15Z
Silicon Valley
Silicon.Valley.S01E04.720p.HDTV.x264-KILLERS
[PublicHD]

1003712420
875042df7c05a84568efecfc84fc4d074332e3f6








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Action that has been taken from Proxy.sh: Because the server is located in a jurisdiction with precise intellectual property laws, we have reset accounts who forwarded port 1275 (nothing may identify a single account) and we have blocked port 1275 via Firewall.

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