11 people who watched The Cobbler now targeted in copyright suit

25 08 2015

The studio behind a poorly reviewed Adam Sandler movie has targeted 11 Popcorn Time users in Oregon who used the BitTorrent-based app to download The Cobbler. The app, which debuted in about March 2014 as a sort of BitTorrent for dummies, created a Netflix-style interface for largely pirated materials.

According to the civil suit, which was filed earlier this week in federal court in Portland, 11 anonymous Comcast customers downloaded the movie at various times this year. They are believed to be in violation of a copyright held by Cobbler Nevada LLC, the corporate entity behind the film.

According to the complaint:


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