Hurt Locker lawsuit hits record levels

Roughly a year after Voltage Pictures filed suit against alleged pirates of its Best Picture-winning film “The Hurt Locker,” the company has updated the complaint – and it’s a whopper.

The suit has grown from the original 5,000 users to a record-breaking 24,583, topping the number of people being sued for illegally downloading “The Expendables”.

The additional IP addresses cited by Voltage are split between a number of providers. The studio has reportedly reached agreements with Charter and Verizon to identify individual users, but Comcast (which holds more than half of the addresses) has yet to make a similar agreement.

A full version of the amended complaint is below:

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