Twentieth Century Fox, Walt Disney, Paramount Pictures, Columbia Pictures, and Universal Studios have just sued a Chinese internet cafe and online service, Jaboo.com, for over $400K for offering pirated downloads of movies like "Pirates of the Caribbean."
Jaboo.com purportedly created software for the cafe that gave customers the ability to download the Hollywood movies. Then, the cafe offered the movies to folk interested in viewing films like "Pirates," "Hitch," and "Click."
I wonder ...
Has Jaboo contacted the folks over at The Pirate Bay yet? Shouldn't the same jurisdictional arguments advanced by Swedish The Pirate Bay apply equally as well to Chinese Jaboo?
Seems like they should, and I'd like to know if Chinese law is allowing a suit that Swedish law will not.
Are these Hollywood BigWigs going to use their new outsourcing lawyers over in India to handle things?
SDD offers litigation support .... Why wouldn't they -- they're already using them for transactional work.