[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/03/pM8sHD.jpg[/newsimage]Movie studios that claim to be affected by piracy often are quick to seek punishment against those hurting their bottom lines. One company, Liberty Media, hatched a plan implemented by subsidiary Corbin Fisher that skipped past all that messy legal work and lengthy due process: admit you're a pirate, pay a fine and they'll let bygones be bygones. Plenty legitimately bit out of fear or guilt. One man, however, wrote an email poking fun at the amnesty offer. The response he received was rather surprising. Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/swedish-man-trolls-pirate-amnesty-program-has-ip-info-subpoenaed-41235/](http://www.myce.com/news/swedish-man-trolls-pirate-amnesty-program-has-ip-info-subpoenaed-41235/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
Poking a nest of angry ants is never a good idea.
Reminds me of that questionnaire you get in the plane when you fly to the United States. One of the questions:
Did you come here to kill our president? [yes]/[no]
[QUOTE=debro;2579581]Poking a nest of angry ants is never a good idea.[/QUOTE]
Actually, I think this would be more like poking a nest of angry children. They have teeth, make a lot of noise and if you push too hard they go crying to Mommy, who in this case is the government who is far too willing to help for the money they pay.