Last week, one of the 14,000 defendants in the US Copyright Group's anti-P2P litigation campaign filed a document with the DC District Court, hoping to quash the subpoena that would reveal his name and address. The letter was sent anonymously, identifying itself only with an IP address. The case concerned a small film called The Steam Experiment, but the anonymous Doe insisted to the court that "he has never used a file-sharing service and does not know what this case is about."
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