This short post is the total opposite, and it targets those who know about the topic and who can pass the History of copyright trolling in the USA exam with at least solid “B.” And instead of grievances, sometimes I must share lulz. To keep us sane.
Searching the Internet for “bittorent litigation,” I found a May 2011 print issue of XBiz World (pdf). It was beyond my control not to post one particular page (61).
I’m actually going to print this page and hang over my desk with two quotes highlighted:
Randazza is filing suits in jurisdictions where the defendants are located because he wants to give them a fair shot at defending themselves.
“I don’t believe in bullying people into writing checks,” he said.
A judge has already granted Time Warner’s motion to quash. Stone said the judge went beyond his authority.
“We will move to have the issue reviewed by a district judge,” Stone said.” We will file an appeal, and we want this addressed by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.”