The world’s most popular social network, Moviedom , is shutting down.
It is the result of a lawsuit filed by the American ISP Comcast against the company’s founder and CEO, David Cohen.
Movies founders, Mike and Mike Lee, say the suit is about the company losing its business to rival sites such as Google’s YouTube and Facebook.
The Lee family is the majority shareholder in Moviedoms parent company, Time Warner.
The case is expected to go to trial in 2019.
According to Moviedoman’s Facebook page, its servers will be shut down by Wednesday, January 18, 2019.
A message posted on the page on Monday said the site was closed due to a “computer virus”.
“We thank all of our loyal fans for their support.
We sincerely apologize to our subscribers and customers,” the message said.
“The reason we shut down MoviedOM is due to serious security concerns,” the post continued.
“In the last week, we have noticed significant traffic on our servers and have been able to isolate a significant number of instances.
We are working to determine how to re-establish the site and restore service to its original users.””
We are also working with our customers to get their services back online.
If we cannot resolve this issue, we will be taking our time to find a solution to the problem,” the Facebook post continued, without further details.
Cohen said in a statement that the lawsuit was a “frivolous” attempt to disrupt the company.
Movidom’s owners have a history of legal battles with the US government.
In 2014, a judge found the company liable for failing to adequately protect subscribers from a breach of the Patriot Act.
Last year, a federal judge ordered Comcast to pay $15.5 million to settle a similar lawsuit.
In 2015, a Federal Circuit Court of Appeals judge ordered a trial to begin in a class action suit against Comcast, which had also settled the case earlier that year.
The Lee family’s legal action came just a week after it became the first major tech company to take legal action against a foreign government, with Facebook also filing a similar case in 2018.
Google and other internet giants have previously filed lawsuits against foreign governments, including Russia, over alleged anti-competitive practices.
There are many theories as to why Moviedomms servers were shut down.
One theory is that a virus, which is believed to have been used to break into the servers, has been used in the last year to hack into Moviedomen servers.
Another theory is the virus was used to sabotage the site’s servers in the past.
A third theory is it was connected to a hack of Moviedomedom servers earlier this year, which may have been linked to the recent hack of Twitter.
These theories are all plausible, but they are not the only ones.
As of Wednesday afternoon, Google had not yet responded to Ars’ request for comment.