90 Percent of Pirates Get Dismissed from Massive Hurt Locker Lawsuit

The biggest P2P lawsuit ever just got cut down to size. Voltage Pictures, the people behind The Hurt Locker has voluntarily dismissed 90% of the 24,583 filesharers it sued this year, in what could be a big victory for either side. » 10/01/11 10:40am 10/01/11 10:40am

Hurt Locker Lawsuit IP Addresses Revealed

The first 5,000 Hurt Locker lawsuits were filed two weeks ago, and now the IP addresses of those charged with illegally downloading the film have started trickling out. The first batch—about 700 IPs—are listed here: » 6/09/10 12:32pm 6/09/10 12:32pm

The Hurt Locker Lawyers' 14,000 Lawsuit Crusade

While Voltage Pictures has gotten most of the publicity surrounding the 5,000 Hurt Locker lawsuits that were handed out last Friday, it's far from the first P2P shake-down for the lawyers backing them. Extremely far, as it turns out. » 6/02/10 4:00pm 6/02/10 4:00pm

Hurt Locker Producers File 5,000 Lawsuits Against File Sharers

This has been some time coming, but today it's official: the producers of The Hurt Locker have filed suit against 5,000 people for illegally downloading their movie. Read the full complaint after the jump: » 5/28/10 4:49pm 5/28/10 4:49pm

Hurt Locker Producer Drops Email Bomb On BitTorrenter

Hurt Locker producer Nicolas Chartier—you know, the guy who wants to sue tens of thousands of people for downloading his movie—has made two things very clear over email: pirates are morons, and let's hope their kids are jailed. » 5/19/10 10:40am 5/19/10 10:40am

Hurt Locker Producers Take Up Arms Against Pirates

Voltage Pictures, the production company behind The Hurt Locker, is gearing up to sue thousands—no, tens of thousands—of individuals who pirated the film online. Get ready for a huge escalation in the war on P2P. » 5/12/10 1:15pm 5/12/10 1:15pm