Aren't they going to have trouble if they can't prove she actually has any of those 54K videos she supposedly illegally downloaded?
They shouldn't have got greedy and just gone after her for the initial 15.
Extortion: The practice of obtaining something, especially money, through force or threats.
Title 7, Chapter 13, Section 31.01(3)(a)
induced by deception or coercion;Title 7, Chapter 13, Section 31.02
CONSOLIDATION OF THEFT OFFENSES. Theft as defined in Section 31.03 constitutes a single offense superseding the separate offenses previously known as theft, theft by false pretext...extortion ...Induced or coerced to settle outside of court for X amount of dollars or we will take you to court and ruin you.
False pretext. Courts have already ruled that just an IP address is not enough to identify a person. (Malibu Media v. 126.96.36.199) Deceiving the defendant that her IP address is enough to convict her.
Why are the lawyer and/ or the plaintiff not being charged for committing this crime?
Mmmmm, except they do. Especially ladies. The vast majority of erotic book sales are to women.
Whodathunk a company that makes its profits by convincing young women to degrade themselves for money would have questionable morals...
Actually it still goes on most ISP could care less about it unless it's one of their enterprise clients. Dos attacks are one of the most non stopped forms of spoofing and ISPs don't seem to stop those much then you have man in the middle spoofing & Non-Blind Spoofing all are still common and used let not forget Blind Spoofing . ISP tend to leave the security up to the user.Doesn't work that way. All fiber, satellite, and cable modems (assuming broadband) have a unique mac address. It used to be you could sniff mac addresses and emulate your neighbors to share his connection. Those loopholes have long since been closed....unless you are running custom firmware which ISP's check for.