"Plaintiff here must present at least some facts to
show the plausibility of their allegations of copyright infringement against
other than the bare conclusory statement that on “information and belief”
defendant has downloaded, distributed and/or made available for distribution to
the public copyrighted works, plaintiffs have presented no facts that would
indicate this allegation is anything more than speculation.
complaint is simply a boilerplate listing of the elements of copyright
infringement without any facts pertaining specifically to the instant
therefore finds that the complaint fails to sufficiently state a claim upon
which relief can be granted and entry of default judgment is not
quote: This can be used as a basis for judgment by other cases across the nation but it is far from a precedent. Other cases may try to plea "I request this case be dismissed based on the same standing of Interscope v. Rodriguez in California which was recently dismissed due to lack of evidence against the defendant.
quote: If conditions are similar, I don't see how other judges can make a different decision. Won't I just cite what happend here, which constitutes basically lack of evidence?
quote: Watch how the judge laughs at you and lectures you, after they ask the RIAA to show the judge some evidence and they do.