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A group of movie companies continues its legal efforts to hold VPN services liable for pirating subscribers. A new lawsuit lists Surfshark, VPN Unlimited, Zenmate, and ExpressVPN as defendants. Besides damages, the filmmakers want the VPNs to block pirate sites and start logging user data. At the time of writing, the VPN providers have yet to respond in court. At least one of the VPN companies has yet to comment on the lawsuit. The movie companies further allege that VPN customers are engaged in other types of “outrageous conduct” under this privacy shield, including racist comments and child pornography.