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Kentucky Pirate IPTV Lawsuit Heads For $5.7m Damages in a Parallel Universe

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ID:	874July 30, 2023 by Andy Maxwell [TorrentFreak]

    After reporting on countless piracy lawsuits it's hard not to conclude that, from a human perspective, most are miserable affairs with regularly depressing outcomes. But then there's the lawsuit targeting two men behind Louisville Media Box, a one-stop shop for everything pirate IPTV. It appears to exist in a strange parallel universe where normal rules don't appear to apply.

    In October 2021 when DISH Network filed yet another lawsuit against a pair of IPTV sellers in the United States, nothing stood out as particularly unusual.

    The lawsuit named Kevin Hibdon and James Meadows, the alleged operators of Louisville Media Box, a local one-stop-shop catering to the community’s pirate IPTV needs.

    Based on a simple Google search, the good people of Kentucky and indeed residents of any town or city on the planet, would’ve had no problem finding the business. It dominates search results, even today.

    ​It’s possible that DISH Network discovered Hibdon and Meadows using a search engine, but it would make for a much better story had they’d heard or seen local celebrity @ShannonTheDude promoting the business on 95.7 QMF and 100.1 WKQQ weekdays 3-7pm and Kentucky Sports Radio 9-noon. Or on Twitter.

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