Someone has hacked into my Wi-Fi and downloaded a film, TV shows and other content over a 2 year period using BitTorrent, I am now being sued by a copyright infringement company.
The TV programs as well as the "numerous other activity" is being used as proof of extensive file sharing activity on my part.
I believe that it is only the film under contention at this stage. The copyright holder is a non-VAT tax registered British company. The court is Danish as well as the lawyer leading the case for the copyright company, should that information apply.
Just before the "illegal activity" started I changed internet providers. I am looking into it but it seems that the new subscription probably came equipped with WPA2 security. By now I have been advised that this apparently safest of security precautions can still be easily hacked without the person at that IP address being aware of it.
Just as shocking- or perhaps even more so- is that the Danish lawyer representing the copyright company has claimed in an official statement to the court that I have previously been convicted in a court of similar negligent behavior in the past (2011), "proving" prior similar activity - which is patently FALSE! This has never taken place!
I must show up in court representing myself in front of a judge. Can anyone provide any legal knowledge or expertise that will assist me in fighting this case?
I feel like I am being railroaded here!