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- The Malibu Media scam in a nutshell. Posting video, leaking to bittorrent, suing, asking settlement for many titles. bit.ly/1PhTsWN 4 days ago
- @fightcopytrolls Damn you guys are a great team! It is inspiring watching you guys work. 5 days ago
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- @wolmanj Succinct. Q.E.D.? 5 days ago
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- DieTrollDie Podcast (2016-03) – BT Copyright Troll Activity (and Marc Randazza), 12 Feb 2016
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