Jul 23, 2015 02:51 PM EST

Reports Point To Universal Pictures Servers Responsible for Pirated Copies of Jurassic World

Reports Point To Universal Pictures Servers Responsible for Pirated Copies of Jurassic World
Unverified reports have surfaced that Universal Pictures in France has been seeding a pirated copy of Jurassic World from its servers.

The studio, which released the blockbuster film on June 12 of this year, had filed a takedown notice with Google, which demanded that they block any links to sites that lead to pirated copies of Jurassic World.  A specific block request stood out, which was a link to "http://127.0.0.1:4001/#/fr/". This IP address would be considered a "localhost", which means it was being hosted by the studio's own network. 

Recently, Universal also had takedown request for the Fast & Furious 7 Internet Movie Database page, although it wasn't hosting any copyright infringing content. 
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