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Lawyer who sued over pornography copyright set for jail
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The US district attorney prosecuting the lawyers behind a so-called ‘honeypot’ copyright infringement scam has appealed to victims to apply for restitution.
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US District Attorney for the District of Minnesota, John Steele, Paul Hansmeier, Prenda Law, torrent, copyright infringement, piracy