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Trial: Universal City Studios, Inc. v. Reimerdes, 111 F.Supp.2d 294 (S.D.N.Y. 2000). (PDF from MPAA)

This resource appears to be no longer available ItsProgrammable 02:56, 30 October 2006

The link was updated on Nov 19, 2006. John Vandenberg 04:53, 4 May 2007 (UTC)

Shouldn't this page at least redirect from "Universal v. Corley", considering that fact that Reimerdes just settled? --129.93.191.21 07:48, 8 November 2007 (UTC)

Ummm, it does. Try this: Universal v. Corley. The redirect has been there since 2004. Maybe you typed it wrong when you tried it.--agr 10:16, 8 November 2007 (UTC)

Earlier history[edit]

I'm not sure where this should go at present:

On December 27th, 1999, a law firm for DVD CCA, Weil, Gotshal & Manges, sent out e-mails to 93 individuals[1], noticing them of a temporary restraint order they were seeking against them less than 48 hours later in Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara. The case was called "DVD CCA v. McLaughlin, et al."[2]

The complaint is also available in German and Norwegian (not sure whether these were sent or are translations from the English).

Defendants[3], [4] and [5]

American
  1. Andrew Thomas McLaughlin, California: http://mclaughlin.orange.ca.us/~andrew
  2. Andrew Bunner, California http://www.sharedlib.org/decss.zip
  3. John V. Kew, California http://www.logorrhea.com/deCSS.html
  4. Scott Karlins, Georgia http://www.theresistance.net/files.html
  5. Glenn Rosenblatt, New York http://www.pzcommunications.com/decss/main.html
  6. Dale Emmons, Wisconsin http://www.frozenlinux.com/civ/decss
  7. Emmanuel Goldstein, New York http://www.2600.com/news/1999/1112.html
  8. Douglas R. Winslow, Maryland http://douglas.min.net/~drw/css-auth and http://chatzone.org/~drw/css-auth
  9. Jonathan Blank, Oklahoma http://caspian.twu.net/dvd
  10. Roger Kumar, Pennsylvania http://www.bigteam.org
  11. Robert Jones (DeCSS), South Carolina http://www.dev.zero.org/freecss.html
  12. En Hong, Georgia http://www.dvd-digest.com
  13. Matthew Robert Pavolich, Indiana http://www.livid.on.openprojects.net
  14. Ian A. Gulliver, New York http://www.gullii.stu.rpi.edu/dvd
  15. Jon Hanson, Kansas http://www.jonhanson.com/dvd
  16. David M. Chan, Minnesota http://www.dumn.edu/~dchan/css
Overseas
  1. Cameron Simpson, Dundas Valley, Australia http://www.zip.com.au/~cs
  2. Tom Vogt, Wedel, Denmak http://www.lemuria.org/DeCSS
  3. Cyril Amsellem, Val de Marne, France http://www.dvd-area.com
  4. Thorsten Fenk, Germany http://tasam.com/~fenkt/dvd
  5. Adrian Baugh, Oxford, England http://merlin.kebble.ox.ac.uk/~adrian/css/mirrors.html

(NOTE: Wedel says that it is a German town.)

In addition, 500 John Does, with 72 identified in the complaint by a URL alleged to be hosting CSS related material

John Vandenberg 10:53, 4 May 2007 (UTC)


(Note: Not only is Wedel a german town, but also Tom Vogt is german and lemuria.org traces to Germany. It's likely that the DVD CCA lawyers simply confused the two countries.) —Preceding unsigned comment added by 85.177.115.170 (talk) 22:09, 14 November 2007 (UTC)

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