A company which demands cash from those suspected of downloading copyrighted music and movies is making hundreds of thousands of dollars from its 'fines'.
The company was founded in 2011 but has only started to issue large numbers of copyright notices in the past year.
In May the company said it had settled 75,000 cases in total, potentially netting it
The infringement notices served cite the Digital Millenium Copyright Act 1988.
"For lack of a better description, we capture a red light photo of the transaction."
He said that only accounts which repeatedly flout copyright laws are targeted by the firm.
It it now looking to expand out of the US, to
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