The MPAA is outraged and offended by "The Pirate Bay and their apologists" who "seek to justify profiting from digital theft" by referring to Hollywood's founders as pirates. Not true, they claim. Instead, the early inhabitants of Hollywood were independent filmmakers who were censored by a copyright monopoly. They were freedom fighters who saw no other option than to infringe patents for the sake of creativity.
Only a few weeks ago, a University of Washington study showed showed how inaccurate the MPAA and RIAA's evidence gathering techniques are. Now, instead of improving their pirate chasing tactics, the MPAA simply claims they don't n... Read Post
Court documents show that a hacker, hired by the MPAA, offered to reveal the identities of the Pirate Bay founders. The hacker, who also retrieved private information from TorrentSpy, was paid $15.000 for his efforts. Read Post