Monday, October 22, 2007

MPAA takes extreme illegal steps to counter pirates

In this exclusive Wired story, hacker Robert Anderson describes his marriage to the MPAA: In return for most-certainly illegally-obtained information about a popular bitTorrent site, Anderson was to receive "a nice paying job, a house, a car, anything...(he) needed."

The MPAA needs to reconsider their business model. It seems as if their business model is to stick to the steam engine and sue anybody who chooses to use a modern automobile to arrive at their destination, metaphorically speaking.

Besides that, they're fucking idiots.

Exclusive: I Was a Hacker for the MPAA