Thank you very much for the information. I have read this before and most importantly the burden to show proper jurisdiction rest on Plaintiff even when they are being wronged. These cases deal with activity in the state and contact with the state even in copyright infringement. These cases do not deal with an internet website that is intended to infringe on US copyrighted work, and the infringers domain address list a foreign country and there website’s content is also market to residents of a foreign county. There seems to be no cases that point to this factor.