Case brought by entertainment industry companies seeks injunctive relief and money damages and related relief against defendants, individuals responsible for proliferating a software device that unlawfully defeats the DVD copy protection and access control system, or the Contents Scramble System (qCSSq). This enables individuals to make, distribute, and/or otherwise electronically transmit or perform unauthorized copies of copyrighted motion pictures and other audiovisual work. These acts violate the provisions of the United States Copyright Act governing circumvention of copyright protection systems.Q: Does she download h and then watch [ui it, or did she watch it as it came in live, in 1 1 si realtime from the Internet? ... 1 dona#39;t believe she gave any 120) indication that it was streaming realtime off the pi) outside Internet. m Q: What movie did she watch? pi) A: 1 dona#39;t a I dona#39;t recall. im) Q: Did she tell you how big the file was? psi A: No, we didna#39;t discuss the size of the in Schumann *aquot;aquot;aquot;p) A: I am awareanbsp;...
|Title||:||Universal City Studios, Inc., Paramount Pictures Corporation, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc., Tristar Pictures, Inc., Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc., Time Warner Entertainment Company, L.P., Disney Enterprises Inc., Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Plaintiffs-appellees, Against Eric Corley, Also Known as Emmanuel Goldstein, and 2600 Enterprises Inc., Defendants-appellants, and Shawn C. Reimerdes and Roman Kazan, Defendants|
|Author||:||Leon P. Gold, Martin Garbus|