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Indiana Federal Court enters judgment and injunction against IKS end-users

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On September 25, 2017 the United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana granted DISH Network and NagraStar’s motion for final judgment against Linnis and Paulette Kincaide.  The Kincaides were sued by DISH Network and NagraStar in 2016 for federal claims arising out of their purchase and use of IKS subscription codes to Nfusion Private Server (NFPS). The Court’s order includes a permanent injunction against the Kincaides as well as an award of $10,000 in statutory damages under the Federal Communications Act.  DISH Network and NagraStar continue to investigate and take action against those responsible for trying to circumvent the companies’ security system in order to gain unauthorized access to DISH Network programming.

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Florida Federal Court rules against IKS code distributor for maximum damages of $600,000 and injunctive relief

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On September 22, 2017 the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida granted DISH Network and NagraStar’s motion for final judgment against Jose Castroman.  Castroman was sued by DISH Network and NagraStar in 2017 for federal claims arising out of his distribution of IKS subscription codes to Nfusion Private Server (NFPS). The Court’s order includes a permanent injunction against Castroman as well as an award of $600,000 in statutory damages under the Federal Communications Act.  DISH Network and NagraStar continue to investigate and take action against those responsible for trying to circumvent the companies’ security system in order to gain unauthorized access to DISH Network programming.

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California Federal Court enters final judgment against IKS end-users Michael and Steve Rios, awards $11,200 in statutory penalties and attorneys’ fees, and issues a permanent injunction

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On September 8, 2017 the United States District Court for the Central District of California granted DISH Network and NagraStar’s motion for final judgment against Michael and Steve Rios.  The Rioses were sued by DISH Network and NagraStar in May 2017 for federal claims arising out of their subscription to the NFPS IKS service. The Court’s order includes a permanent injunction as well as an award of $10,000 in statutory damages (the maximum damages per violation) under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, plus an additional $1,200 in fees.  DISH Network and NagraStar continue to investigate and take action against those responsible for trying to circumvent the companies’ security system in order to gain unauthorized access to DISH Network programming.

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California Federal Court rules against IKS code distributor for maximum damages of $700,000 under the DMCA in addition to injunctive relief

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On July 26, 2017 the United States District Court for the Northern District of California granted DISH Network and NagraStar’s motion for final judgment against Julian Nunn.  Nunn was sued by DISH Network and NagraStar in 2017 for federal claims arising out of his distribution of IKS subscription codes to Nfusion Private Server (NFPS). The Court’s order includes a permanent injunction against Nunn as well as an award of $700,000 in statutory damages (the maximum damages per violation) under the DMCA.  DISH Network and NagraStar continue to investigate and take action against those responsible for trying to circumvent the companies’ security system in order to gain unauthorized access to DISH Network programming.

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North Carolina Federal Court enters final judgment against IKS end-user Lonnie Hatley, awards $10,000 in statutory penalties, and issues a permanent injunction

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On May 25, 2017 the United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina granted DISH Network and NagraStar’s motion for final judgment against Lonnie Hatley.  Hatley was sued by DISH Network and NagraStar in 2016 for federal claims arising out of his subscription to the NFPS IKS service. The Court’s order includes a permanent injunction against Hatley as well as an award of $10,000 in statutory damages (the maximum damages per violation) under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.  DISH Network and NagraStar continue to investigate and take action against those responsible for trying to circumvent the companies’ security system in order to gain unauthorized access to DISH Network programming.

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