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02/01/2014 [DMCA] NBC Universal @ U.S. Texas 5 (57326)

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Reference ID No. 14-124738365

You are being contacted on behalf of NBC Universal and its affiliates ("NBC
Universal") because your Internet account was identified as having been
used recently to illegally copy and/or distribute the copyrighted movies and/or
television shows listed at the bottom of this letter. This notice provides you
with the information you need in order to take immediate action that can prevent
serious legal and other consequences. These actions include:

1. Stop downloading or uploading any film or TV shows owned or distributed by
NBC Universal without authorization; and

2. Permanently delete from your computer(s) all unauthorized copies you may
have already made of these movies and TV shows.

The illegal downloading and distribution of copyrighted works are serious
offenses that carry with them the risk of substantial monetary damages and, in
some cases, criminal prosecution.

Copyright infringement also violates your Internet Service Provider's terms of
service and could lead to limitation or suspension of your Internet service.

An industry website, www.respectcopyrights.org, offers step-by-step instructions
to ensure that your Internet account is not being used to violate the copyright
laws. The site also can point you to an array of legal choices for enjoying
movies and TV shows online. You can also learn there how movie theft damages
our economy and costs thousands of Americans their jobs.

If, after visiting www.respectcopyrights.org you still have questions, or if you
believe you have received this notice in error, you may contact NBC Universal by
email at antipiracy@nbcuni.com or by calling (818) 777-4876. Please cite the
Reference ID noted at the top of this letter in the subject line of any email or
voicemail you may leave. You should take immediate action to prevent your
Internet account from being used for illegal activities. Today, there are many
ways to enjoy movies and TV programs legally.

The undersigned has a good faith belief that use of the NBC Universal Property
in the manner described herein is not authorized by NBC Universal, its agent or
the law. The information contained in this notification is accurate. Under
penalty of perjury, the undersigned is authorized to act on behalf of NBC
Universal with respect to this matter.

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


Andrew Beck
Irdeto USA, Inc.
c/o NBC Universal Anti-Piracy Technical Operations
100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608

tel. (818) 777-4876
fax (818) 866-2026

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** For any correspondence regarding this case, please send your emails to
antipiracy@nbcuni.com and refer to Notice ID: 14-124738365. If you need
immediate assistance or if you have general questions please call the number
listed above.

Evidentiary Information
Title: Fast & Furious 6
Infringement Source: BitTorrent
Initial Infringement Timestamp: 02 Jan 2014 06:39:09 GMT
Recent Infringement Timestamp: 02 Jan 2014 06:39:09 GMT
Infringing Filename: Furious 6 (2013)
URL if applicable:
Infringing File size: 967072649
Infringers IP Address:
Bay ID: 13d012afd8d6674ab836614a387abac89a47e129|967072649
Port ID: 57326
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Irdeto USA, Inc
Andrew Beck
3255-3 Scott Blvd. Suite 101, Santa Clara, California
95054 United States of America




Fast & Furious 6
Furious 6 (2013)

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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 57326 (nothing may identify a single account) and we have blocked port 57326 via Firewall.

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