Archive for November, 2009

I’ve been receiving about 5x the mail from my ISP about downloading illegal content, the email and letter in the mail go as follows (with certain information obviously withheld):

“Dear Charter Internet Subscriber:

Charter Communications (“Charter”) has been notified by a copyright owner, or its authorized agent, that your Internet account may have been involved in the exchange of unauthorized copies of copyrighted material (e.g., music, movies, or software).  We are enclosing a copy of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) notice that Charter received from the copyright holder which includes the specific allegation.

Under the DMCA, copyright owners have the right to notify Charter’s register agent if they believe that a Charter customer has infringed on their work(s).  When Charter receives a complaint notice from a copyright owner, Charter will notify the identifiable customer of the alleged infringement by providing them a copy of the submitted DMCA notice.  As required by law, Charter may determine that the customer is a repeat copyright infringer and reserves the right to suspend or terminate the accounts of repeat copyright infringers.

It is possible that this activity has occurred without your permission or knowledge by an unauthorized user, a minor who may not fully understand the copyright laws, or even as a result of a computer virus.  However, as the named subscriber on the account, you may be held responsible for any misuse of your account.  Please be aware that using Charter’s service to engage in any form of copyright infringement is expressly prohibited by Charter’s Acceptable Use Policy and that repeat copyright infringement, or violations of any other Charter policy, may result in the suspension or termination of your service.  You may view Charter’s rules and policies, including Charter’s Acceptable Use Policy, under the policies section at

We ask that you take immediate action to stop the exchange of any infringing material.  If you need assistance in removing the referenced infringing material or if you would like more information on Charter’s DMCA policy, procedures or contact information, please refer to the online security topics under Internet Help or the policies section at

If you have any questions about this letter, you may contact us at 1-866-229-7286.  Representatives will be available to take your call Monday through Friday 8am – 8pm, Saturday and Sunday 8am – 5pm (CST).


Charter Communications Security Resolution Team

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Mark Ishikawa Inc.
PO Box 1314 – Los Gatos, CA 95031
Phone:: 408-341-2305  fax::  408-341-2399

Attention:  Intellectual Property Enforcement


Notice ID: XXXX

ISP: Charter Communications
BayTSP Reference Number:XXXXX
IP Address:XXXX
Date of Infringement: 13 Nov 2009 14:33:18 GMT

Dear Charter Communications:

BayTSP represents the intellectual property interests of Activision that publish interactive games for video game consoles, personal computers, handheld devices and the Internet  in the United States and in other countries.  BayTSP is authorized to act on behalf of Activision whose copyright and other intellectual property rights it believes to be infringed as described herein.

BayTSP is providing this notice pursuant to the Section 512 of Title 17 of the U.S. Code (as enacted by the ‘Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act’) to make Charter Communications aware that the IP Address identified below is using the services and systems of Charter Communications to infringe the exclusive copyright and other rights of one or more Activision works.   This notice is addressed to you as the agent designated by Charter Communications to receive notifications of claimed infringement.

Based on the information at its disposal on 13 Nov 2009 14:33:18 GMT, BayTSP has a good faith belief that the subscriber using the IP address XXX(Withheld) is infringing the copyright rights of one or more Activision works by copying and distributing unauthorized copies of game products (through peer-to-peer or similar software/services), in violation of applicable copyright laws, through internet access that Charter Communications provides directly to the XXXX(withheld) or through a downstream provider that purchases this access for XXXX(Withheld).  The copyrighted works that have been infringed include but are not limited to:

Title: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
Notice ID: 290-3XXXXX
Infringement Source: BitTorrent
Infringement Timestamp: 13 Nov 2009 14:33:18 GMT
Infringement Last Documented: 13 Nov 2009 14:33:18 GMT
Infringer Username:
Infringing Filename: Call.of.Duty.Modern.Warfare.2.PROPER-SKIDROW
Infringing Filesize: 11913277970
Infringer IP Address: XXXXX
Infringer DNS Name: XXXXXXX
Infringer Port ID: XXXXX
Infringer Bay ID: XXXX

The unauthorized copies of game product are listed and/or identified thereon by their titles or variations thereof, game-related listings/references/descriptions, or depictions of game-related artwork.  Such copies, titles, game-related listings/references/descriptions, depictions, and material that is the subject of infringing activities are hereinafter referred to as “Infringing Material.”

Given this infringing activity by, BayTSP urges Charter Communications to cooperate with its efforts to protect the intellectual property rights of its members companies and immediately do the following:

1.      Notify the account holder of the Infringing Material.
2.      Take steps to stop the infringing activity.
3.      Take appropriate action against the account holder under your Abuse Policy/Terms of Service Agreement, including termination of repeat offenders under Section 512(i) of Title 17 of the U.S. Code.

BayTSP believes that the information in this notification is accurate.  Under penalty of perjury, I hereby affirm that BayTSP is authorized to act on behalf of Activision whose exclusive copyright rights we believe to be infringed as described herein.  Charter Communications or the account holder may contact BayTSP at the above-listed contact details, with email preferred.  Please include the above-noted Reference Number in the subject line of all email correspondence.

Thank you for your cooperation and prompt response in this matter.


Mark Ishikawa Inc.
PO Box 1314 – Los Gatos, CA 95031
Phone:: 408-341-2305  fax::  408-341-2399
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This is the 11th notice I’ve received in a TWO WEEK period. Thing is, and as most of you know out there that use bittorent is that this is not normal, in any way. Millions of people have all enjoyed downloading from the piratebay, but not until recently it seems as if the blanket of protection they once provided has been taken away like a thief in the night. Well there are about 15 other top sites to use out there, so I suggest you start going to them, however, sadly enough, NONE of them have a sufficient download organization that has… If you haven’t heard of them by now, your missing out..well that is if your into reading books. With (now) over 30,000 FREE ebooks, that work on your blackberry, iphone, Kindle, Sony Reader and/or PC, why pay for a book?  You know we like free.  Here’s what they have to say on their site:

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We all know that I don’t like Windows, or Microsoft products, however, Win7 has made a huge leap towards the right direction, fixing problems that had existed since Windows XP. Win 7 is definitely a step in the right direction for Microsoft.

Here’s your link: