Monday, March 5, 2012

HBO expanded its lawsuit against the portal CUEVANA

The American company added nine people in his complaint, which said as collaborators of Thomas Escobar in their operations

According to information released yesterday by the newspaper The Nation, HBO would have increased its advanced against the portal CUEVANA, as in the recent expansion of its high demand for another nine people, which he labeled as collaborators Thomas Escobar in their operations. Even one of these people is based in Mexico.

The article also reports that the court takes the case, formally notified in the coming days the site's founder of the cause, so that exercising self-defense. HBO spokesmen reported that the company "continues to exercise legal action across the region to disrupt the international network of collaborators and any other organization that is dedicated to profit by the violation of their intellectual property rights."

Since the applicant firm are waiting for the court to issue any injunction ordering the closure CUEVANA operating or at least establish the blocking of links that link directly with HBO productions.

The Nation explains that the absence of a modern law providing for the special internet has 11,723 full force of law, which governs intellectual property rights of any content in any media. According to Article 72, paragraph A, is considered a fraud, liable to be punished with up to 6 years in prison Aquiel that "edit, sell or reproduce by any means or instrumentality, an unpublished or published without permission of the author or successors. "

Meanwhile Escobar has begun to close agreements with Latin American directors and independent producers for these premiere productions in CUEVANA. So, looking to rebound your internet presence at a time when almost 30% of the site links are fallen. It is estimated that Stephanie, the first production premiered at the site had almost 200,000 views in one month. Is it the beginning of a new business model?

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