Copyright Infringement Notice, MPAA
I am aware of this issue and will take steps to resolve it.

Dear Subscriber:

This notice is being sent to you by Road Runner Customer Care because we have received a
complaint that your computer has been used to distribute copyrighted material without authorization
through a peer-to-peer program. A copy of the complaint is attached below,and a more detailed 
version containing information about the specific copyrighted file(s) has been emailed to you.  

Please direct any relevant questions or concerns to the contact in the attached message. 
Distribution of copyrighted material in this fashion may violate both copyright laws and Road 
Runner’s terms of service. 

Thank you for subscribing to Road Runner.

Very truly yours,
 
Road Runner Customer Care
 
FOLLOWING IS THE COMPLAINT FROM THE COPYRIGHT OWNER (OR ITS AGENT): 
 
You are being contacted on behalf of the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. (MPAA)* and 
one or more of its member companies. You are receiving this notice because your Internet account 
was identified as having been used recently to copy illegally and/or distribute the copyrighted 
movies and/or television shows listed at the bottom of this letter.  This notice provides you with
the information you need in order to take immediate action that can prevent serious legal and other
consequences.  These actions include:

1.  Stop downloading or uploading any film or TV shows owned or distributed by any MPAA member 
studio or its affiliates without authorization; and

2.  Permanently delete from your computer(s) all unauthorized copies you may have already made of 
these movies and TV shows.

The illegal downloading and distribution of copyrighted works are serious offenses that carry with
them the risk of substantial monetary damages and, in some cases, criminal prosecution. 

Copyright infringement also violates your Internet Service Provider’s terms of service and could 
lead to limitation or suspension of your Internet service.  

An MPAA website, www.respectcopyrights.org, offers step-by-step instructions to ensure that your 
Internet account is not being used to violate the copyright laws.  The site also can point you to 
an array of legal choices for enjoying movies and TV shows online.  You can also learn there how 
movie theft damages our economy and costs thousands of Americans their jobs.  

If, after visiting www.respectcopyrights.org you still have questions, or if you believe you have 
received this notice in error, you may contact the MPAA by email at Graduated.Response@mpaa.org or
by calling 818-935-5860.  In your voicemail or the subject line of your email, please cite the 
Reference ID which can be found in the email sent to your RR account.  You should take immediate 
action to prevent your Internet account from being used for illegal activities and to enjoy movies
and TV programs legally.

Sincerely,

Motion Picture Association of America

* This letter is not a complete statement of the copyright owners’ rights in connection with this 
matter, and nothing contained herein constitutes an express or implied waiver of any rights, 
remedies or defense of the copyright owners, all of which are expressly reserved. MPAA members 
include: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures; Paramount Pictures Corporation; Sony Pictures 
Entertainment Inc.; Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation; Universal City Studios LLP; and Warner
Bros. Entertainment Inc.



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