not if they really wanted the suspected end users info from the isp so that that prenda could sue them for something else later after finding out weather or not the end user actually had money to sue for.
I would stiff the court on the fines on the basis of jurisdiction. Where does france get off thinking they can fine an american company (unless google has offices in france). Then replace the google maps product on their site with a copy of the lawsuit and an explanation of why google maps is no longer being offered in france.
As far as the Pixar vs. Oil company bit I could see how somebody might get confused. Daewoo comes to mind they made cars, electronics, highways and skyscrapers, and even managed hotels. So it wouldnt surprise me to see a company branch out into other areas of industry.
dont consider this to be a wasted effort, consider it that you were just ahead of the game, and perhaps they are in need of the help of you and your friends. you never know. whats the worst they are gonna say, no thanks?
Then if they (Feds) want to look at my myfacetwitbook page then they can do it the same way you would. look me up. but you will not be getting my login and password for anything. they cant search or read my email without a password. btw dont all those social media sites have a form of email service embedded in them?
Re: Re: Proof of competition being GOOD for consumers.
about 99%+ of all cell phones in the US (aside from prepaid) are sold pre-tethered to a carrier and can not be used on another carrier, to prevent you from leaving one carrier and switching to another without having to buy a new phone.
Colorado tried to pass a law like that afew years ago by popular vote, i was all for it, but the lobbyests got ahold of some advertizing money and the bill got defeated via lots misinformation.
One of the things i could do with this bill is clean up my credit by forcing them to remove information from my credit that i dont like or is damageing to my credit, and bam, now i would have excelent credit.