... And when they do, they use some pretty damn big anvils.
PCWorld.com - Kazaa Blocks Copycat Service: Sharman Networks, the company behind the world's most popular download service Kazaa, has begun a mass campaign to close rival program Kazaa Lite K++ on the grounds of copyright infringement. This weekend thousands of Kazaa Lite K++ users found almost every download site that uses the application had vanished, after Sharman Networks contacted hundreds of ISPs threatening them with legal action under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act if they failed to remove the program from their Web sites.
So let me get this striaght-ish: The producers of a program used primarily if not purely to infringe on the copyrights of others is suing for infringement of copyright.
Well, all-righty, then!Posted by iain at December 09, 2003 11:07 AM