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Prolific ‘Copyright Troll’ Seeks BitTorrent Piracy Evidence From…..Netflix? * TorrentFreak

Netflix logoCompanies that file hundreds even thousands of copyright infringement lawsuits with the intention of seeking settlements to avoid trial, are often labeled ‘copyright trolls’.

In the United States, the undisputed leader in this space is adult video company Strike 3 Holdings, the owner of brands including Blacked, Tushy, and Vixen. In 2021 alone the company filed over 1,900 such lawsuits in U.S. courts but as far as we’re aware, not a single case has ever gone to trial.

That doesn’t mean that Strike 3 isn’t prepared to fight cases tooth and nail though.

While most actions are quickly settled behind the scenes, some can face a spirited fightback from defendants. One such case has been running for more than two years already and has just taken a surprising turn, even by ‘copyright troll’ standards.

Case Background Against ‘John Doe’

The original lawsuit was filed in a Florida court against an anonymous defendant in March 2020 and was followed by a first amended…

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