Two San Diegans were sued by the creators of the Matthew McConaughey film, Dallas Buyers Club, for illegally downloading and file sharing the 2013 Academy-Award winning movie.
In this biographical drama, McConaughey plays Ron Woodruff, an electrician who is diagnised with AIDS in 1985 and smuggles medicine into the US to help fellow AIDS patients.
According to the legal complaint, the accused used a BitTorrent file-sharing website to share copies of the pirated movie. Many BitTorrent websites use the technology to transfer large amounts of files online to individual computers- usually music, films, pornography, books, and software.
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