Third World Media Lawsuits

Third World Media is a company filing copyright infringement lawsuits against numerous John Doe Defendants. Most are captioned as Third World Media v. Does, at least initially. The root of the allegations in most of these cases is that the defendants downloaded the Plaintiff’s movie via a torrent protocol.

Third World Media has pursued its lawsuit(s) in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia. The firm may have suits in other jurisdictions, as well.

Third World Media is a movie studio that produces titles such as Tokyo Teens. The lawsuits typically allege that their films are being shared without their authorization.

If you have received a letter from your internet service provider regarding a lawsuit by Third World Media or you have been named as a defendant, you should contact an independent copyright attorney that can assist you in the case.

Here is selection of cases that have been filed by Third World Media in various courts. Please remember that this is a representative list, and not all lawsuits are listed here:



Third World Media, LLC v Does 1-21 (Case No.1:12-cv-10947-PBS)

Docket (05/26/2012)

Complaint (05/26/2012)