Capitol Records, Inc. v. Alaujan, 2009 WL 1292977 (D. Mass. May 6, 2009)

Key Insight: Where defendant admitted use of a particular computer to share copy written files but was unable to remember relevant details of the file sharing and put the question of the significance and scope of his infringement at issue, court granted plaintiffs? motion to copy and inspect defendant?s computer but ordered very strict protective order in light of defendant?s significant privacy concerns

Nature of Case: Copyright infringement

Electronic Data Involved: Electronic records related to file-sharing software and metadata associated with music files, including deleted files

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