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Thread: The legal blackmail business: inside a P2P settlement factory

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    Cabalo's Avatar FileSharingTalker BT Rep: +24BT Rep +24BT Rep +24BT Rep +24BT Rep +24
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  2. vBCms Comments   -   #2
    Am I a bad person when news of Operation Payback does bring a small smile to my face?

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    only if it was wrong to smile when you heard this:
    “Let me tell you ‘What Now?’, I’m gonna call a couple of hard pipe-hitting niggers to go to work on the homes here with a pair of pliers and a blow torch. YOU HEAR ME TALKING HILLBILLY BOY! I ain’t through with you by a damn sight. I'ma get medieval on your ass.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkmawl View Post
    Am I a bad person when news of Operation Payback does bring a small smile to my face?
    no

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    Too bad those "f--kers" would never actually buy his films anyway. Too bad torrenting actually brings greater awareness/publicity to the existence of those films. Nooo... let's litigate their asses because that's obviously the best course of action.
    Bastards.
    And this isn't unique to filesharing, either: "legal blackmail" happens all the time in the banking industry, and it's a damn shame.

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    nye's Avatar Poster BT Rep: +1
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    This isn't just a filesharing issue. Law firms get a huge amount of revenue from all kinds of settlement cases.

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