Techdirt Podcast Episode 229: Pirate Shaming Lists Don't Work

from the among-many-problems dept

A couple of months ago, we were surprised when a WIPO employee showed up in our comments to defend the organization’s new database of supposedly infringing sites against our many criticisms. In that post, we highlighted a Twitter thread from lawyer Rick Shera — who represented Mega — and this week, Shera joins us on the podcast to further discuss the inefficacy and negative impact of these kinds of pirate shaming lists.

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finger "guns" are now a felony says:

So, you're wasting OUR time railing at what doesn't matter?

the inefficacy and negative impact of these kinds of pirate shaming lists.

At best, you’re complaining enemies are ineffective! SHEESH. Let the continue, silly!

IF they had no effect, then you pirates would ignore them. You don’t. Therefore they have effect.

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