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hm

@videotron.ca
reply to TSI Marc

Re: Voltage Versus Teksavvy, Round 2 Continued

Hey ty for the reply, Marc.

How odd... Voltage was complaining in both their original court filing, and again in the last court show how important it was, and how fast they needed these people off line and to stop in order to stop world wide copyright infringement of their films.

Yet here we find out they haven't even bothered to give you the draft of what they want.

*head-slap*

Must be very critical and important to them, ay.


MaynardKrebs
Heave Steve, for the good of the country
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said by hm :

Hey ty for the reply, Marc.

How odd... Voltage was complaining in both their original court filing, and again in the last court show how important it was, and how fast they needed these people off line and to stop in order to stop world wide copyright infringement of their films.

Yet here we find out they haven't even bothered to give you the draft of what they want.

*head-slap*

Must be very critical and important to them, ay.

They must WANT more people to 'see' their crappy movies.

No way that Voltage can now use the "Time is of the essence" card.


hm

@videotron.ca

Well Voltage told the judge how important it was to get these people to stop ASAP and something about how these people are somehow the only ones feeding the rest of the world (not exact words, but close to it), and how teksavvy failed to stop people.

But as was pointed out, it was Voltages own letter. Judge ordered a new draft be sent to TSI for these people to cease activities.

Voltage never bothered. So yeah, it isn't very important to them. They clearly don't give a F themselves since they themselves know this won't stop anything like they told (or tried) to tell the judge. Goes to show they are in it for the money scam and nothing else.



hm

@videotron.ca
reply to MaynardKrebs

said by MaynardKrebs:

No way that Voltage can now use the "Time is of the essence" card.

Yeah, that's what I was trying to show here. It's pure BS. Shows they ren't in it to protect their works. They are in this court case for a payola scheme only. Nothing more and nothing else.

Hope CIPPIC caught this one and tosses it in someones face. Especially the judge.

d_source

join:2011-01-18

Also, was it not Voltage or Canpire who was originally seeding the files? Have they sent a cease and desist letters to themselves as well?



hm

@videotron.ca

said by d_source:

Also, was it not Voltage or Canpire who was originally seeding the files? Have they sent a cease and desist letters to themselves as well?

Doesn't matter. The government of Antigua got WTO go ahead to ignore American copyright and they're going to launch a warez site.

See: »torrentfreak.com/antiguas-legal-···-130128/

(also see: »www.antigua.gov.ag/article_detai···egory=38)

I Email that government a few days ago at:
foreignaffairs-AT-ab.gov.ag
Outlining what has been going on with the copyright extortion in both American and Canada (with relevant links) and asked that they put every single film created by Voltage online. Told them they would then forever become internet hero's in both countries (and the world for that matter) and go down in the annals of internet history and folklore.

I got a reply back a couple of days ago thanking me for my support and if they go ahead as planned they will indeed consider this because it would create: (quote) "tremendous lulz while pursuing this great injustice by the United States of America" (end guote).

Voltage will maybe have to sue the world as a next step in their extortion racket.

*shrug*

Everyone should Email them as a show of support and solidarity.

Plus it's fun to see a little tiny country kick ass like that.