An interesting snippet of news.https://torrentfreak.com/cloudflare-asks-court-to-vacate-moot-pirate-site-blocking-order-170724/
Representing various major record labels, the RIAA filed a lawsuit against MP3Skull in 2015.
As the site refused to shut down, the RIAA eventually moved up the chain targeting CDN provider Cloudflare with the permanent injunction.
The RIAA argued that Cloudflare was operating “in active concert or participation” with the pirates.
Every domain Plaintiffs identified had stopped using Cloudflare by December 2016, without any independent or affirmative action by Cloudflare. Yet Plaintiffs made no effort to inform the Court of the mootness of their ’emergency’ motion in the three months before the Court issued its Order.”
Making the matter even worse, several of the domain names listed in the injunction were owned by the record labels, when the RIAA tried to have Cloudflare block them.
However, according to Cloudflare, the RIAA failed to inform the court about these and several other changes.
Usual RIAA strategy, mislead and abuse the legal system using their vast resources yet pay no taxes themselves.