- Apr 2, 2009
In the end it was a complete scam as the company was basically a letterbox company, the software that aquired the IP addresses wasn't real (including the company that "created" it) and the last time I checked on it, the company not even had distribution rights for that certain video.ah, i heard about it. And that was done legally but it was wrong ethically AFAIC because they're having only IP's and they're unsure even what names/surnames under these IP's were. It was "lawyer's scam". They though that if the downloaders will send info with apologising to damage done, then they could sue them , because they said they download something.. it was a provocation.. and freakin' 'lawyers scam'
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