MPAA Accuses TorrentSpy Of Concealing Evidence

“The courts have for the first time found that the electronic trail briefly left in a computer server’s RAM, or random access memory, by each visitor to a site is “stored information” and must be turned over as evidence during litigation, according to documents seen by CNET Jacqueline Chooljian, a federal judge in the Central District of California in Los Angeles, issued the decision while presiding over a court fight between the studios and TorrentSpy, the BitTorrent search engine accused of copyright infringement in a lawsuit filed last year by the film industry. On May 29, Chooljian ordered TorrentSpy to begin logging user activity, including IP addresses, and turn the data over to the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA).”



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