[LINK] Proof of piracy not needed says MPAA
rick at praxis.com.au
Wed Jun 25 17:13:52 EST 2008
David Boxall wrote:
> "An attorney for the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has
> suggested that the organisation should not have to provide proof of
> piracy in future trials."
> ..."the plaintiff should not have to provide evidence as it is often
> difficult to collect"...
> Speechless, I am.
Guilty until proven innocent.
"Piracy" does not exist in this context. It is a copyright issue between
the MPAA (plaintiff) and infringer (defendant). Under the law of torts.
I fail to see why infringement of a copyright issue is a criminal
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