The biggest and largest website of torrent names YTS is sharing the personal information of its users, it was a part of the arrangement.
And now they are sending the threatening emails to the users to pay up to dissolve the legal cases against them.
As detailed by Torrent, in January, YTS was sued by lawyer Kerry Culpepper who is supposedly speaking to the motion picture proprietors behind prevalent titles counting Hellboy and Rambo: Final Blood. YTS proprietor. To coordinate with specialists, YTS proprietor Senthal Vijay Segaran has begun sharing IP addresses and emails of its clients.
A duplicate of an undermining mail sent by the law firm to a YTS client has been gotten by Torrent.
The e-mail contains three pieces of data – the mail address and IP address of the client and the date on which he/she downloaded the Torrent file containing the encroaching substance.
Within the starting, the mail states that the law firm has gotten the actually identifiable clients of the clients from YTS administrators by recording a copyright encroachment claim in Hawaii for the sake of its clients.
The e-mail has been drafted in a way that it looks like a ‘courtesy’ sometime recently lawful activity is taken against the clients in the address.
The mail peruses: “[user] logged into the site YTS utilizing the mail address [redacted] from the IP address [redacted] and illicitly downloaded a deluge record for replicating our clients’ movement picture…”
Since the email is a form of “settlement” and “courtesy”, it demands the user to pay close to $1,000 if he/she wants to release his name from all legal claims including exempting the user from becoming a named defendant in case a lawsuit is filed.