The UFC has settled yet another pay-per-view piracy lawsuit, this time against one Steven Messina, who will have to pay an undisclosed amount of money in addition to turning over all his computer hardware and software, and cooperate with the UFC and law enforcement in helping crackdown on PPV piracy. Here’s the full press release: … Read more
UFC President Dana White expresses his appreciation to federal law enforcement officials for their forceful and direct action against Pay-Per-View pirates.
Zuffa has filed a lawsuit against Justin.tv, Inc. for copyright and trademark infringement in United States District Court for the District of Nevada.
Zuffa, the parent company of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, has sent a cease and desist to Ultimate Internet Warrior, Google, to remove and disable all links that infringe upon their copyrights. Suspected links included.
The UFC’s retaliatory war against Pay-Per-View pirates continues. Zuffa has served the websites Justin.tv and Ustream.tv with subpoenas commanding them to reveal the identities of persons who have uploaded live UFC Pay-Per-View events to their websites.
Zuffa, the parent company of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, announced today that it has served subpoenas on two streaming video websites, commanding them to reveal the identities of users who have uploaded video of live Pay-Per-View UFC events.
Ultimate Fighting Championship announced today that it reached confidential settlements with over 500 businesses and individuals as a result of illegal broadcasts and views of UFC events.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. – The Las Vegas Sun is reporting the UFC has filed lawsuit against two websites that are promoting unauthorized broadcasts of UFC pay-per-view events. The websites in question are www.watchufc111.com and www.watchufc111free.com. According to the lawsuit, the websites have been linking to sites promoting free access to UFC 111, which takes place … Read more