Is anyone a member of www.kleverig.nl?? Urgent Notice!!!
I just reacieved a PM that said this?
First I’d like to apologize to all members of www.kleverig.nl. Due to threat of a law suit we were forced to release the ip’s of current and past members of this forum. Our legal team advised us we had no other option but to comply with a subpoena issued by the governments of the U.S. and the Netherlands.
All past and future records will, and have been, turned over to the issuing authorities. We advise all members to take whatever legal action need to protect themselves in regards to copyright laws in their individual countries.
For the time being this site will remain open. But be advised, all posts, spots and views are being recorded and handed over to law enforcement agencies.
My deepest apologies,
Now I cant actually get in trouble can I? I dont download from them, I reply to a post and get the header info?
Also got this PM too?
NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT (level 1)
Order of Cease and Desist
Ladies and Gentlemen:
As required under Sections 512(c)(3) and 512(d)(3) of the Digital
Millennium Copyright Act (17 U.S.C. ??512(c)(3) and 512(d)(3)), we are
instructed to place you on notice that:
We have a good faith belief that the use of the Infringing Material is
not authorized by the Owner, its agents or the law. All “members”,
regardless of participation, will be prosecuted to the full extent of
the law (no matter the country). All members of www.kleverig.nl will
be held (individually and/or collectively) responsible for the sharing
of any and all copyrighted material, no matter their level of
Below is an on going list of companies/organizations that have filed
complaints against kleverig.nl, along with individual members believed
to be responsible for the transferring of copyrighted material.
Vivid Entertainment LLC, Private Media Group Inc, Red Light District,
Wicked Pictures, AMVC, Extreme Associates, Kick Ass Pictures Inc,
Shane's World, Anabolic, Night Play Inc, Doghouse Digital,
YoungGroupGuyVideos, Wolf Entertainment Inc, Eurocreme BV, SOUTH
CENTRAL ENTERTAINMENT LLC, Black Widow Productions, Pink Mynx
Productions, ZyloCo Inc, Robert Hill Releasing Co.
hedkandi1, videoot, leewilliams, KeeSKLeF, mr.Mister, erniek100,
sprazzen, Wasted, Xilo, Klokhuis, lowbutje, mastermind2k7, Tyr3on,
greetje27, Stone, sjaakonderwater, robbie26, pr0n_lover, Qball,
pantyface, amp25, lcars, MacDick, KoKaine, angelofskies, mister-m,
angelofskies, mkdb, Blade4, akula18, diesel69, BBL2008, Profiler,
This is the beginning of what is expected to be a long list of
violators. We are currently in contact with the site administrator**
and registrant* of www.kleverig.nl in order to secure the technical
information needed to identify the individual members. We have also
contacted authorities in Germany and the Netherlands; which have
agreed to cooperate with our investigation.
D. Dallau / Forsenses
D. Dallau / Forsenses
D. Dallau / Forsenses
J. Van Dijk / Vizualize
The owner of a registered copyright can enforce his rights by bringing
a civil lawsuit in Federal District Court. In addition, the Federal
government itself can act. Criminal actions can be brought by the U.S.
Attorney; and Customs and Postal officials may seize and impound
infringing articles that are being imported. Recovery of attorneys'
fees is possible if the suit is successful. The penalties for
infringement can be substantial. In civil actions brought by the
copyright owner, the court may order forfeiture and/or destruction not
only of all infringing articles, but also of any implements used to
manufacture the infringing articles. The court may even order seizure
and impoundment of such articles prior to trial, and in some cases,
without prior notice to the alleged infringer. In addition to
obtaining an order stopping the infringement and ordering destruction
of infringing articles, the court can order payment of any provable
damages, including lost profits. The copyright owner can elect to
receive "statutory damages". The minimum amount of statutory damages
that can be awarded for copyright infringement is $750; and the
maximum is $30,000. If the infringement was willful, the potential
statutory damage award is increased to $150,000 for each act of
infringement. In addition, attorneys' fees may be awarded. In addition
to civil penalties, copyright infringers can be prosecuted under the
federal criminal laws. All willful copyright infringement is a
criminal offense. The lowest penalty is conviction of a federal
misdemeanor, with a prison sentence of up to one year and a fine of up
to $5000. More serious penalties are levied against infringers who
make multiple copies of a work, or who copy expensive works. It is a
felony, punishable by up to five years in prison and a fine of up to
$250,000 to willfully infringe copyrights of others by making, during
a 180-day period, ten or more copies of a work which have a cumulative
value of $2500 or more. Second and subsequent offenses carry a prison
term of up to ten years in addition to the fine. Companies which
willfully infringe can be assessed up to $500,000 in fines.