CP Productions v. John Doe – Doe Files Objection to Subpoena, Plaintiff Responds

See below for the two latest filings in the CP Productions v. John Doe lawsuit. One of the John Doe defendants, filing simply as an IP address, filed an objection that the subpoena is “an invasion of privacy.” What do you think of Plaintiff’s response that peer-to-peer file-sharers have limited privacy interest? Let’s see if any of the other defendants file a more substantive objection.

Stay tuned for updates.

Objection to Subpoena to Produce Documents, Information, or objects or to permit inspection of premises in a Civil Action:

Plaintiff’s Response to Movant’s Objection:

One comment on “CP Productions v. John Doe – Doe Files Objection to Subpoena, Plaintiff Responds

  1. Re: Their reply;
    “The Court has a responsibility to the parties in a lawsuit to protect them from baseless accusations and unnecessary litigation”

    I mean, that’s at least a bit funny.

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