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Topic # 22092 16-May-2008 12:31
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Dear Customer,

We have received notice regarding your IP address (at the time) actively downloading the following copyright material. This activity is against our terms of service which you agreed upon when joining Xnet (Acceptable Use Policy http://www.xnet.co.nz/content/terms.shtml).  If you have received this email without speaking to a customer service representative, then please call us on 0800 14 9638 to expedite the notification process.

What Is A Copyright Infringement Notice?

The movie, game & music industries have empowered a number of organisations to investigate and prosecute breaches of copyright occurring on the Internet. A copyright infringement is notice of a copyright breach which is usually sent to the offending users Internet service provider. You put yourself at risk of receiving a copyright infringement by using third party sharing programs and downloading copyright content from the Internet.

What happens if I receive a Copyright Infringement?

You will be warned and provided with a copy of the infringement in question. We will attempt to contact you within a 24 hour period to notify you of the Infringement. If we are unable to speak with you your internet service will be temporarily suspended until we are able to do so. The option is available to contact the copyright organisation and dispute said infringement. If copies of correspondence can be shown to clear the matter the infringement will not be taken into account.

What happens if I receive a second Copyright Infringement?

We will attempt to contact you within a 24 hour period to notify you of the second Infringement. If we are unable to speak with you your internet service will be suspended until we are able to do so. The Internet service will be closed & notice of the second infringement will be given. The option is available to contact the copyright organisation and dispute said infringement. If copies of correspondence can be shown to clear the matter the account can be re-instated.

Overview

Copyright breaches are illegal and dealt with in a serious manner. We do not wish to lose a customer however repeated Copyright Infringements leave us with no choice. If you receive two infringements (un-disputed) your Internet service will be closed and you will need to find another provider.

Best regards,
WorldxChange Communications
Ph : 0800 14 XNET (0800 14 9638)

-- Infringement Follows --
Case:
    ID:
    Status: Open
Complainant:
    Entity: BayTSP on behalf of Lions Gate Films
    Contact: Mark Ishikawa, CEO
    Address: P.O. Box 1314, Los Gatos, California 95031
    Phone: (408) 341-2300,(408) 341-2399
    Email: lions_gate@copyright-compliance.com
Service_Provider:
    Entity: WorldxChange Communications
    Address:
    Email: abuse@wxnz.net
Source:
    TimeStamp:
    IP_Address:
    Port:
    DNS_Name:
    Type: BitTorrent
    UserName:
    Number_Files: 1
    Deja_Vu: No
Content:
    Item:
        Title:
        FileName:
        FileSize: 739939069
        URL: http://torrent-download.to:5869/announce


[Moderator edit (MF): changed subject. Bad words are not acceptable. Since it was your first post I've changed it but your account will be locked if you continue to use these words]

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  Reply # 131225 16-May-2008 12:33

You were caught out downloading an illegal file over torrents.

BayTSP on behalf of Lions Gate Films caught you, and forwarded a notice to WXC who would have forwarded it to yourself

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  Reply # 131226 16-May-2008 12:35
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You have obviously been downloading from bittorrent copyrighted content. 


Anyway this post will soon get locked / deleted according to this policy and so might your account on geekzone: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=49&TopicId=14781

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  Reply # 131237 16-May-2008 12:58
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hpj2007: You have obviously been downloading from bittorrent copyrighted content. 


Anyway this post will soon get locked / deleted according to this policy and so might your account on geekzone: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=49&TopicId=14781


hpj2007 is correct. And this discussion is locked.




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