From one of Righthaven's court filings that lists interested parties:
1. Righthaven LLC, a Nevada limited-liability company;Righthaven continues to defy the court by demanding remedies that our outside of copyright statute. A Nevada Federal Court has already ruled against this but Righthaven continues to do it and in fact upped the anti by also demanding the victims computers and related hardware and software.
2. SI Content Monitor LLC, an Arkansas limited-liability company; and
3. Net Sortie Systems, LLC, a Nevada limited-liability company.
Order the surrender to Righthaven of all hardware, software, electronic media and17 U.S.C. § 505 mainly deals with attorney's fees and there is no section 505(b). The fact there is no section 505(b) and the fact that this has already been pointed out it is curious as to why Righthaven continues to site a section of law that does not exist?
domains, including the Domain used to store, disseminate and display the unauthorized versions of any and all copyrighted works as provided for under 17 U.S.C. § 505(b) and/or as authorized by Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 64;