Paramount Pictures issues warnings to The Godfather movie pirates
Movie giant Paramount Pictures is issuing warnings to alleged pirates of the Godfather movie.
Released in 1972, the movie recently completed 44 years.
The Hollywood studio is sending out takedown notices to internet subscribers whose accounts have been found downloading and sharing Godfather.
Paramount has reached out to ISPs Internet Service Providers asking them to disable access to the copyrighted material.
Additionally, Paramount is asking ISPs not to destroy any data, which could be required later if a lawsuit is filed related to copyright infringement.
"In complying with this notice, ISP should not destroy any evidence, which may be relevant in a lawsuit, relating to the infringement alleged, including all associated electronic documents and data relating to the presence of infringing items on your network, which shall be preserved while disabling public access, irrespective of any document retention or corporate policy to the contrary," the notice states.