The case against piracy is being waged on the basis of trumped up morals of “stealing” right?
Really we all know that the anti-piracy campaign is being pursued to such a degree because there is lots of money attached to it.
But suppose we take the RIAA’s face value morals, then isn’t the recent case of Anti-Piracy lawyers being caught copying other lawyers work a denial of the very morals the lawyers are paid to protect?
More from Ars Technica here:
Sure, going after file-swappers has the potential to be hugely lucrative, but there are problems. Problem number one: someone needs to write all of the warning letters and response letter templates and all sorts of other legal miscellania. Sound simple? It’s not, and even anti-piracy lawyers aren’t above (allegedly) nicking the letters drawn up by other antipiracy lawyers.
Thanks to an astute Ars reader and the massive e-mail leak from ACS Law, the main UK law firm sending out P2P “settlement letters” to alleged infringers in that country, we have the juicy details.
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