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Torrentspy Ordered To Pay $110m


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The article notes that it must pay $30,000 for "each of the 3,699 infringements shown."

 

That's more than a slap on a wrist! :o

That's bloody ridiculous! A travesty and a farce.

 

It's not even properly argued Law. The bully-boys go in with their bulldozers and hired suits, and the small people have to fold and declare bankrupcy because they don't have the resources for a prolonged lawsuit. Then with the opposition removed, the bullies have a one-sided discussion with a compliant Judge who makes an extravagant ruling.

 

The outcome is based on power and resources, not Justice.

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That's bloody ridiculous! A travesty and a farce.

 

It's not even properly argued Law. The bully-boys go in with their bulldozers and hired suits, and the small people have to fold and declare bankrupcy because they don't have the resources for a prolonged lawsuit. Then with the opposition removed, the bullies have a one-sided discussion with a compliant Judge who makes an extravagant ruling.

 

The outcome is based on power and resources, not Justice.

Well put Brendon!

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even so ,Motion Picture Association of America will get away with it Brendon , and they will now go after all the other torrent sites like uktorrents ect , you will see them scatter now, except the ones in china or korea and USSR that may last a bit longer, but it will now close them all, dam it

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