reply to globus9991
Re: CIPPIC is watching DSLReports Then, we have the issue of "fair use". Typically "fair use" is considered 10% of the work.
If somebody was uploading part of the movie, even if the Judge disagrees with my previous "chunk" argument, the claimant would still have to prove that a given IP was uploading *more* than what's considered "fair use". Canipre did not do this.
But, let's go a step further.
Let's say that person A uploads 10% of a movie (which is fair use). Then person B uploads a *different* 10% of a movie (which is also fair use) and so on. I get the chunks from A, B, C, etc and assemble them in my computer. Am I in breach of copyright?
Well an argument can be placed forward that I am not.