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Movie Company Has No Right to Sue, Accused Pirate Argues

The movie company behind the 2015 drama film Fathers & Daughters doesn't have the right to sue for online copyright infringement, an accused pirate from Oregon argues. In a motion for summary judgment, the defense shows that the filmmakers signed away the relevant distribution rights to a third-party. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and more.
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