What is the cost of accusation?
If a customer has to pay $35 to contest it, shouldn't the accuser have to pay $35 for every IP accused of infringing?
I've said it before: why do we accept the word of any interested party when it comes to who is infringing? We wouldn't believe them if they claimed to spin straw into gold so why would we take a list of IPs based on their word?
You can't supply the court a list of license plate numbers and say "All these cars were speeding this morning. Cite the owners!"
John M - Cranky network guy