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I got a DMCA takedown notice via my ISP from a CA attorney calling itself a 'copyright group' that claims to hold the rights to some film they claim I downloaded via a torrent. They gave me a link to settle for $80. Well not knowing what to do, and figuring I don't want to fly to CA to go to court, I paid. Two weeks later, I get another letter -- they claim a second incident of infringement occurred that same day, but 2 hours later. I guess it's a shakedown now but apparently what they're doing is legal. They seem to have my IP and file hash info attached to this torrent and of course I can't prove that I -didn't- torrent it, maybe someone cracked my wireless (now disconnected). If they file a civil suit out there in CA, do I have to fly to CA? Can they serve me via email?"You already paid the 1st $80 claim without getting a release in return" I actually got a PDF release for this. When I sent it to them they said "oh, that was #1, this is infringement #2. Pay another $80" "You don't seem surprised that this 2nd claim happened, so you've either maintained a very insecure internet connection" Well, they say #2 happened one hour later. I had my new wireless set up unsecure for one day before I passworded it. The offense occurred in my home state here on the east coast. This copyright group calls itself 'Copyright Enforcement Group' and operates out of a one-man law firm who specializes in immigration law. They have announced in a press release that they are deliberately torrenting porn movies they claim to have bought the rights to, then they sue every IP address that shows up in the torrent. (Unbelievable but true, a google search of their name in quotes will reveal this)