MPAA, do as I say, not as I do »mjg59.livejournal.com/78590.html
Perhaps the MPAA should lose their connectivity for repeated IP infringement violations.
They actually think people should respect their intellectual property rights while they blatantly ignore the intellectual property rights of others? Laughable.
The RIAA and MPAA would be able to claim this moral high ground if they weren't criminal organizations engaged in blackmail, extortion, bribery and IP theft and infringement.
The success of some of the members of the RIAA and MPAA was due to un-prosecuted IP infringement although a few of them only ripped off (completely legal BTW) the public domain.
This doesn't mean I condone copyright infringement but ISPs acting as copyright cops bypasses due process and that's very bad.