Not satisfied with only suing those who are sharing movies, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) is now also suing the search engines that find the movies:
The Motion Picture Association of America said Thursday that it sued a new round of popular Web sites associated with movie piracy, including several that serve as search engines but do not distribute files themselves.
I have a much better idea. The MPAA should just sue the telecoms like Verizon and BellSouth and put a stop to this whole internet thing. After all, the ISPs are clearly aiding and abetting file sharing by providing connectivity.
Once we’ve killed this silly notion of mass communication we’ll eliminate the problems of information sharing AND low cost phone service. Then everybody can raise their prices for their captive markets again.
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