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Civil Procedure Keyed to Friedenthal
Strike 3 Holdings, LLC v. Doe, Subscriber Assigned IP Address 184.108.40.206
Citation:2018 WL 385418 (2018)
Plaintiff owned the rights to adult entertainment films. Plaintiff alleged that Defendant infringed its rights in the films, and moved for leave to file a third party subpoena on Defendant’s internet service provider to obtain Defendant’s physical address. The Plaintiff asserted that it sought the address for investigation, to learn Defendant’s identity, and for service of process. Plaintiff also asserted that it used geolocation technology to trace the site of the IP address used by Defendant.
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