Law Suit Over Paris Hilton Sex Tape

According to XPays has filed a copyright infringement complaint against nearly a thousand unnamed John Doe defendants for allegedly copying and distributing unauthorized copies of the “Paris Hilton Sex Tape.”

The suit, filed at U.S. District Court in Los Angeles claims that the infringements allow the BitTorrent users and others to unlawfully obtain and distribute copies of the “Paris Hilton Sex Tape,” for which the plaintiff “spent a substantial amount of time, money and effort to produce, market and distribute.”

The suit also said the John Does are not only involved in rampant infringement, but also allows “Minors are able to download adult entertainment content without being subject to the age verification process. Users are able to distribute adult entertainment content without complying with record-keeping requirements.”

XPays, which obtained the rights in 2004 to sell and market video on the internet, is seeking injunctive relief, prohibiting each defendant from further infringing on its copyright and damages. The suit also demands that the defendants destroy all copies of the video that were illegally obtained.

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