I’m not looking to get into a discussion about piracy or anti-piracy at this time, but as I was reading the MotleyFool this morning, I came across the following blog about an MPAA lawsuit that is being resisted by the defendant because it is inaccurate.
And the defendant appears to have sufficient resources not to simply roll over and settle. In fact, he has already rejected two settlement offers.
This will likely prove very interesting during the upcoming months, and many hope to see this set a precedent one way or the other.
No matter what your view of the plaintiff’s right to their content, you have to imagine that there are far better ways for them to pursue protecting those rights without resorting to tactics that appear to lack the type of accuracy necessary for such an endeavor.