Digiprotect USA Corporation v. John Does 1-266 et al
||Digiprotect USA Corporation
||John Does 1-266 and Jane Does 1-266
||November 19, 2010
||US District Court for the Southern District of New York
||Foley Square Office
||Thomas P. Griesa
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||17 U.S.C. § 101
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|April 13, 2011
OPINION re: 4 THIRD PARTY MOTION for Protective Order and to Modify November 23, 2010 Order. filed by Comcast Cable Communications Management, LLC. The motions by Comcast and TWC are granted. The courts order of November 23, 2010 is amended. Digip rotect may only serve subpoenas on those ISPs whose IP addresses identified by Digiprotect in Exhibit B correspond to accounts located in New York and these subpoenas may only seek information regarding accounts located in the state of New York. Digi protect may not serve any subpoenas on Comcast and may only serve subpoenas on TWC seeking information as to the accounts that correspond to the ten IP addresses noted above. Digiprotect shall reimburse TWC $450 for the IP address look-ups to becompleted by TWC in this case. (Signed by Judge Thomas P. Griesa on 4/13/11) (djc)
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