"The main fear of many BitTorrent users is that of being traced while sharing copyright works. Although only a tiny minority get into trouble, that fear is likely to increase for those sharing hardcore porn on BitTorrent, as Swiss company Logistep steps in to help lawyers prise cash from the P2P masses."
"Statistically, file-sharers swapping mainstream copyright material are the overwhelming target of the entertainment industries. Those sharing RIAA-labeled music and MPAA supported movies make up the greatest proportion of all those who have had legal action taken against them, with other products such as video games and applications coming in way down the litigation list. Until fairly recently, (excluding notable legal activity by Titan video), those that share adult movies have been fairly safe to do so. That looks like it’s about to change."
Skip to the “Pay Up or Else” tactic : “If it scares them enough, if it can take away 20% of the illegal downloads, we’ll be doing the best that we can,” says Jon B., Vice President at porn company Red Light District (who hides his real ID because his family doesn’t know what he does). lolz.
Source: Full Article @ TorrentFreak