Monday, February 14

The MPAA vs. An Army of Mice

I'm just on a roll today. I think somone has finally hit the nail upon the head. "Inappropriate conduct - Inexcusable business practices". We need a ranking system to identify corporations that are behaving inappropriately and with inexcusable business practices. I encourage everyone to put this graphic on their website and link it to whatever article or post to which they are referring. Today, I cite the MPAA with for their assine comments left on the Lokitorrent website after they took it down. Congratulations MPAA, here's your reward!

Inappropriate conduct - Inexcusable business practices

From: The MPAA vs. An Army of Mice

This website has been erected out of consumer outcry over the passing of sites that facilitate the free availability of perpetually copyrighted motion pictures. The unauthorized downloading of motion pictures denies thousands of dishonest, lazy executives of their crack smoking livelihood, and is the only way to bring an artistically bankrupt monopoly under control. Downloading movies without authorization violates laws distorted beyond their original intent, is not tangible theft, and is impossible to stop. You can't catch everyone. The only way to win is to stop waging war on your own customers and accept the fact that we are in control, not you. You brought this on yourselves.


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